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UNDERCLASSES □ D SENIOR MOMENTS 



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1966 

T^EGINA CLARIS 



SALVE REGINA COLLEGE 

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Prologue 



"All experience is an arch" . . . a span in terms of 
time. It is the touchstone of all our memories, the 
wonder and the joy of life. It is, also, the broken 
arcs of splintered dreams. The high moments we 
remember well; other moments have faded, lost 
like flickering shadows on the wall, or hidden in 
the comers of our minds. 

Four years of college life are noiv over, yet for us 
it has been one of the more wonderful experiences 
we shall ever have. In its own way it may be 
likened to life itself, a birth, a death; a beginning, 
a climax, and an end. It is also a seeking and a be- 
coming, an entrance into tradition, an emergence 
into new and deeper realities. 

What has college really been but a series of experi- 
ences, of conversations ivith our teachers, our fel- 
low students, and ourselves. There have been mo- 
ments when ideas flamed into words and language 
arched the distance between minds. Yes, it was the 
conversations in the late afternoons, in the eve- 
nings; over coffee, very late at night; in the class- 
room, or along the way. It was the casual word. 



the serious discussion, the precise argument; the 
flash of illumination, the moment of awareness, the 
new perspective — all this was college. More deeply 
still the colloquies that have been Mass and Com- 
munion have patterned the give and take — the 
sacrifice and the celebration, the fulfillment and 
the consummation. 

Then there was the prelude and the anticipation, 
the gradual unfolding and the growing toward 
wisdom. The quiet time, the bright interlude, the 
pressured hours of study measured the strength and 
resiliency of the arch in these college years. 
So it is in this REGINA MARIS of 1966 we stay 
the flux of time and in this story and chronicle 
we preserve this profile of our experience, this 
chronology of ourselves and of our college. Thus, 
this is a simple book, but a book alive ivith the 
people, the traditions, and the occasions we cherish. 
It is more than the printed page, more than a pic- 
ture book to us. It is the movement, the progres- 
sion; the grace, and the culture which is Salve 
Regina. 



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A college by the ocean . . . like a star above 
the sea . . . Salve Regina. 



Down the regal stairway . . . through the 
majestic arch . . . into the Renaissance 
grandeur of the Great Hall. 




The inviting entrance to Queen Hall should allay the fears of this incoming freshman. 






House of art by the side of the road — Rosary Hall. 



"Shall we knock at this big door? We are the Co-eds 
of 1980." 





Winged gargoyles protecting our Camelot. 



Moore Hall rises above the trees, a house friendly, 
homey, and inviting. 



The hopeful warmth of a roaring fire — inspiration for 
a winter's night at St. Joseph's Hall. 





Salve Regina — unity in diversity — Founders Hall — just another type of architecture. 



Come within Founders Hall — hospitality, comfort, 
and conversation. 




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Versatile Mercy Hall— labs, gym, shows, and of 
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'I must go down to the sea again, to the lonely sea and the sky. 



Mercy Hall . . . seen through a rose-covered arch. 






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Sculptured symbols, where East meets West, lending an atmosphere 
to study. 



McAuley Hall is a place of diverse activity — library, dorm, faculty 
offices, biology labs, and, of course — the REGINA MARIS room. 





Faculty house with its own distinctive arch. 




McAuley Hall has a dignity all its own — distinct from the grandeur of 
Ochre Court. 




Miley, newest hall, home and haven for all students. 



A light shines in the darkness . . . the darkness 
grasps it not. 



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The stately majesty of trees ... an oasis amid the fever of life. 



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^Dedication 



In the days of our first beginnings when all ivas 
new to us, when we ivere venturing uncertain and 
unsure into this land of promise, this college 
campus, we lived under your wisdom and within 
the circle of yonr kindly counsel. Skillfully and 
consistently you have kept before us a vision of 
excellence — excellence of mind yes, but more espe- 
cially you have engendered that greater accomplish- 
ment — excellence of sold, the fostering of the life 
within our real selves. 

As Dean of Women you have praised and encour- 
aged and upon occasion censured us individually 
and collectively during these four years. Your con- 
cern for us has been respectfully unobstrusive and 
genuinely expressed. We have seen you serve in 



humble ways our every need. We have sensed your 
understanding; we have experienced your construc- 
tive, forthright approach. 

You have helped us shape and reshape our ideals, 
our evaluations, and our attitudes. Few of us have 
realized the extent and the depth of your devoted- 
ness. Nor have we fidly measured your perception 
and your insight, which have continually served to 
avert or soften personal or more general adversity. 
In the daily welter of college living you have pru- 
dently and patiently sustained us. Thus as an ex- 
pression of our appreciation and esteem, Sister 
Mary Donald, ive dedicate to you the REGINA 
MARIS of 1966. 



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For One Whose 




Mother Mary Hilda, 1881-1966 



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Godly Deeds Have Not Failed 



ECCLES. 44, 10 



These few and simple words can never measure 
the height and the breadth and the depth of the 
spirit of mercy shining out upon our lives in the 
person of Mother Mary Hilda. Mother she was to 
us not only in the canonical definition of that term 
but much more so in its inherent and connotative 
significance. She exemplified for us courtesy, dig- 
nity, graciousness and compassion together with a 
genuine concern for our progress toward excel- 
lence. Integrity of character as Catholic women 
and integrity of scholarship as college students, 
these two existed as a unity in Mother's mind and 
were the measure of her desires for each one of us. 

Salve Regina College was her dream come true; 
realized in 1947 after many years of planning and 
of prayer. It was she who found in this ancient 
salutation to Our Lady, a salutation sounding down 
through the ages in the liturgy, a salutation the 
great saints and doctors of the Church have cher- 
ished; yes, it was she who found this a fitting title 
for this dwelling place where we are gathered to 
grow in wisdom and in grace. Through these nine- 
teen years this name has become part of us. It 
has added a dimension to our characters. It has 
caught within its many connotations the spirit of 
a place and of those who have actually laid down 
their lives that our lives might be more noble and 
more worthy of our Christian heritage. Thus, 
Mother Hilda herself has become for us an exten- 
sion in the fullness of meaning in two familiar 
words, Salve Regina. 

We have known Mother in the simple happen- 
ings of every day, her presence at Mass, her greeting 
as we met her on our way to class, her kindly 
inquiry about some problem or her warm praise 
for something well done. Her door was always 
open to us whether we went individually or in a 
group. The traditions of our college years were 
graced by her presence and her words, the Ring 
Ceremony, the Christmas Party for the children, 
the Candlelight Procession, the Honors Convoca- 
tion and, of course, Commencement. 

Indeed she was rich in virtue, a lover of beauty 
and the arts, a woman "endued with wisdom" 
whose "godly deeds have not failed," one who 
surely has left us a holy inheritance and one whose 
name will live from generation to generation. 



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Mother Hilda had many interests. Here she chats a few 
moments with Reverend Vincent Dore, former president 
of Providence College. Then we find her at the ground 
breaking for Miley Hall in the October of 1963. Finally 
she shares the joy of the laying of the cornerstone in 
April, 1964. 






Here we find a cross section of Mother's activities. The Father- 
Daughter Weekend found her a gracious hostess. At a faculty meeting 
Mother Mary Helena honored Mother's years of service. Then we 
find Mother sharing the pleasure of attending the student council tea. 
Most familiar to us is this picture of Mother in her office ready to 
start the day by nine a. m. 



faculty 




These things we have known — ideas born and nur- 
tured sloivly, patiently; theories, concepts, facts 
classified, defined, and arranged in the tempo of 
the daily grind. Blue prints for buildings and for 
curriculum pored over, restructured and recon- 
sidered by minds attuned to our progress and our 
needs; all these diverse tasks ordered toward a unity, 
a liberal education. Theology, philosophy, the arts 
and sciences, social studies, mathematics, nursing, 
and more graceful living — each in its own sphere 



moves toward completion within four short years. 
The growth toward ivisdom is gradual, secret, and 
at times fructifies in darkness. Yet in retrospect 
there emerges our awareness of this process and 
with this the realization of the research, the dili- 
gence, the creativity and the perseverance of our 
administration and faculty. 

Thus ive present them to you, our readers, as a vital 
and integral part of this chronicle and as the mold- 
ers and guides of our college years. 




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Achieving Balance 



Most Reverend Russell J. McVinney, D.D., presides over the post 
counciliar implementations as they gradually unfold and are necessary 
in the parishes and institutions of the diocese. 




The Most Reverend 
Russell J. McVinney, D.D. 



The Most Reverend 
Bernard M. Kelly, D.D. 




Most Reverend Bernard M. Kelly, D.D., orders and makes meaningful 
the liturgical and pastoral aspects of his episcopal office. 



In an Age of Renewal 



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Administration 




Sister Mary Emily, President, shares an important 
communication concerning the new academic build- 
ing with Mother M. Helena, Mother Provincial, and 
Sister M. Petronilla, Treasurer of the College. 



Mother M. Hilda, President Emerita, has a deep 
and abiding interest in all aspects of the College. 




The Business Office is well named. Here we can see Sister M. Dionysia, 
Registrar, consulting Sister Frederick Mary; and Sister Marie Therese, Li- 
brarian, bringing her expenditures to Sister Mary Venard. 





As one of her many duties as Dean of Studies, Sister Mary Rosalia 
greets Governor John Chafee of Rhode Island just prior to his receiving 
an honorary doctorate from Salve. 




The ever-present list in hand, Sister Mary Donald 
pauses briefly in her office of the Dean of Women. 



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Sister Mary Wilhelmina makes a point as Sister Mary 
Antonine, Sister Mary Martina, Sister Frederick Mary, 
and Sister Mary Patrician organize the Social Science De- 
partment before the arrival of their happy students. 



Sister Mary Audrey, Dean of Admissions, is busy checking 
college entrance scores relative to incoming students. 




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Faculty 



Rev. Joseph Schenick, a curate of St. Augustin's, New- 
port, and a new faculty member at our college, discusses 
with Sister Mary Eloise the Ecumenical Council's latest 
schema relative to the new liturgy. 




Sister Mary Magdala and Sister Mary Columcille listen in- 
tently as Father Reilly expounds upon a theological doc- 
trine. 






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Miss Mary Zavada and Sister Mary 
Andrea encompass Miss Eleanor 
Vander Haegan, sociology profes- 
sor, with their shop talk about Eng- 
lish Literature. 




Sister Mary Nolasco, head of the 
French department, seems to be on 
the verge of making a major lin- 
guistic decision. 








Sister Mary Joannes receives a bouquet of flowers as she and Mrs. Fletcher 
share the praises for the annual fashion show of the Home Economics 
Club. 




Mrs. Mary Largess illustrates the effect of color and line The desk is the official place of business for the teacher. Sister Mary 
in relation to the human figure. Loretto is ready to help any of her freshman English students iron out 

their difficulties in composition. 



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Reverend Harry Marchosky and Mr. John Corrigan meet and greet each 
other at the first faculty meeting held in Miley Hall in September. 



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The noon interlude from a morning of math classes finds Mr. Jack 
Stodghill and Mr. Joseph Berman still talking shop. 



As Director of Public Relations for the 
college, Dr. F. Kenneth Brasted greets 
the Baroness von Trapp. 



Sister Mary Clarice and Sister Patricia Marie have a 
mutual problem in math. Matching wits is an excel- 
lent mental discipline. 



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The photographer's camera seems to be able to divert for the 
moment the attention of the education department. Here Sister 
Marie Susanne, Sister Mary Rosalia, Dr. E. William Burrell, 



Mrs. Margaret Burton, and Sister Mary Janice are engaged in 
an early conference to set the standards for all students of 
education. 





Theology and history meet for tea in the persons of Sister Mary Thecla 
and Mr. Robert McKenna on the occasion of the Student Council Recep- 
tion for the faculty and upperclassmen. 



The bookstore always manages to keep Mrs. Brown 
busy yet never seems to hamper her lively spirits. 



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Dr. Heriberto Vasquez emphasizes a point in his own inimitable Spanish 
manner. 




Sister Mary Mauritia relaxes momentarily in the Great 
Hall — but not without some reading material! 




Sister Mary Christopher and Mr. Myles Santamore 
enjoy a brief respite from sociological problems at 
the festive Holly Dinner. 



Sister Mariella, nursing instructor, cheerfully prepares 
for a Saturday night "duty station." Her charges will 
all be signed in by 12:30. 



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Sister Mary Philemon smilingly greets the unseen stu- 
dent who was cropped by some erstwhile staff member. 



"Buche de Noel," the tasty Christmas cake, wins Mrs. Georgette Ramos' 
approval, as does the festive holiday setting for the Alliance Francaise 
meeting. 



Sister Mary Brenda and Sister Ralph Mary discuss the 
future of the biology department as Mr. Leo Bottari 
looks on attentively. 





Sister Mary Augustine, director of the nursing program, points out some details to be 
carried out by faculty members, Miss Lucille Sullivan, Miss Cecile Belisle, and Mrs. 



Sharon Clingham. 





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Terry Marzilli, Student Council Secretary, welcomes Mrs. Marguerite 
Murphy, instructor in physical education, to the annual Council Recep- 
tion. 



While Lynn Munson pours, Sister Mary Michaelinda and Sister Mary 
Corona enjoy a brief respite during the Student Council Reception. 



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Sister Marilyn enjoys the annual Christmas party as 
much as this little guest. 






Sister Mary Mercedes tries the art of conversation 
with this newcomer on Family Day in May. 



Sister Mary Rosina and Mrs. Marian van Slyke, directors of the Queen's 
Choristers, have their own thoughts as they await the signal for the pro- 
cessional at the Christmas Concert. 



College faculty, residence supervisors, and guests en- 
joy the Holly Dinner, a Salve Regina tradition pre- 
ceding the Christmas holidays. 



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Sister Mary Isabel takes a few moments of well de- 
served respite from her literary duties. 



Miss Lois Prosser does the honors at the tea previous to the January 
faculty meeting while her confrere, Mrs. Catherine Graziano, enjoys 
her hospitality. 







The camera had a hard time catching up with Dr. Dorothy Troendle 
because of her varied schedule and her daily trek from Rumford. 



Sister Mary Jean and Miss Joan David — in serious 
collaboration over a classic literary passage — or is it 
the script for a new play? 



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After a faculty meeting of the 
Nursing division, Coffee Time is 
heralded by Sister Mary Alfred, 
Miss Margaret Krikorian and Miss 
Helen Maloof. 




Miss Jane Hale, coach of Salve Regina's undefeated basketball team, 
totals field goals for each team at half time. A quieter task than coaching 
usually demands of Miss Hale! 



A friendly argument paves the way for positive action at least where 
Doctor Ascanio DiPippo and Doctor George Morris are concerned. 




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Sister Mary Ignatius, of the language department, 
enjoys sponsoring extra-curricular activities for the 
enrichment of such appreciative students as Marie 
and Elaine. 



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oActivities 




All that we learn is not encompassed ivithin the 
pages of a textbook nor formally presented within 
a series of fifty minute periods. For four years we 
are engaged in the study of life. To this there is 
no limit in time, no condensation upon a printed 
page, no days nor hours set aside for examinations. 
Truly the arch of experience reaches beyond our 
vision in the realm of extra-curricular and co- 
curricular activities. Here in this vast classroom 
one may learn the most valuable of all acts, that of 



getting along with people. These activities are 
means of enrichment. They stimulate otherwise 
dormant aptitudes, enlarge horizons, present oppor- 
tunities for gaining knowledge outside the field of 
concentration. 

if the heart of the college lies in its academic cur- 
riculum, then much of its spirit lies in its clubs and 
lecture program. These are the companions to 
study. These merge into the whole endeavor. The 
total result is a liberal education. 





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Student Council 




Student Council officers, Joanne Mattias, Terry Marzilli, Nancy Phelan, and Sue Allard 
get together to see that all last minute arrangements for the annual Student Council Tea 
are complete. 




Is it possible that something could have been forgot- 
ten? Nancy Phelan checks everything once again 
with Kathy Murray. 



Sue Allard and Sister Mary Donald, keystone for Student 
Council, sample the refreshments at the annual Tea during a 
brief respite from official business. 




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At an Ebb Tide-Student Council Forum, Father 
Reilly investigates the role of student government 
with council members and observers. 



When elected president of a class, the candidate also assumes the task of 
representing her class to Student Council. This year's presidents are 
Terry Hodgens, Leslie Murtha, Sue Sparks and Noreen Brawley. 



Every Tuesday afternoon the Student Council meets 
to fulfill the responsibilities of student representation 
and coordination with administration policy. Never 
on Tuesday, however, are they so finely dressed. 




House Council 




Before being submitted to the Student Council, the minutes 
of the last House Presidents' Council meeting are reviewed by 
Lenore Kipp, chairman, and Susan Hathaway, secretary. 




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The House Council of McAuley Hall — Elizabeth Ottway, 
Jane Brodie, Janet Breaugh, and Mary Spengler — gaily assume 
the task of creating a festive atmosphere in the dormitory. 



Miley Hall's informal lounge serves well as the meeting place 
for the House Presidents' Council. The important work of this 
Council is to effect a coordinating link between Student Coun- 
cil and the campus. Here Kathv Kennv. Ronnie Folev, Marv 



Spengler, Sue Hathaway and Sharon Griffiths listen attentively 
as Lenore Kipp, chairman, relays to them the injunctions of 
Student Council. 




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Keeping confusion down to a minimum is the function of Inter-Club 
Council. Under the direction of co-chairmen Kate Dillon and Shelly 
Sullivan, meetings of all clubs are coordinated so that they do not 
interfere with each other. 



Pat Burke, chairman of Fine Arts Committee, checks 
out numbers of art exhibits and lecture bureaus to 
arrange the next adventure for culture enthusiasts. 





The Library Committee recommends current books for different depart- 
ments in the college. Gert Ste. Marie, Jean Sullivan, Kathy Ryan and 
Kathv Donnelly scan catalogues, searching for appropriate acquisitions. 



At a Social Committee meeting, Ingrid Kokborg, 
chairman, shares the success of the annual Fall Week- 
end with Barbara Connolly, senior representative. 




Spanish Club 




The Spanish Club demonstrates its international flavor by staging a Pan American 
Exhibit. This exhibit revealed an array of cultural objets d'art — pardon the French phrase. 



Patricia Burke acts as narrator in this 
scene of the Parable of the Sower so 
beautifully interpreted under the aus- 
pices of the Spanish Club. 



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Instead of the King and I, we have the 
Queen and Madame Ramos. The "Cour- 
tiers," members of the French class, en- 
joy the spectacle. 



Executives in session a la Francaise — 
Michele consults Therese while Ingrid 
matches wits with Carolle. 





French Club 



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Song makes its happy entrance into the Trapp family as Mary 
Corey, playing Maria, leads the children in "Do-Re-Mi" during 
Salve's production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's The Sound of 
Music. 



Pomp and Circumstance and solemn ritual — Maria awaits the 
Captain in the presence of her bridesmaids and her beloved nuns. 





Maria becomes acquainted with the regulations of the 
Trapp household — and its formidable master, Georg von 
Trapp, played by Thomas Fennessey. 




The cast of The King and 1 react in rehearsal to Miss Joan 
David, directress, in the foreground. The raised hand 
makes its point. 



Just one dramatic moment from The King and I. 





The "King," played by John McDonald, gives paternal direction 
to two of his docile children. 



Regina Players 



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Amidst a last-minute confusion of coffee arid cups, Cynthia Franco, Kathleen 
Dillon, Pamela Barry, Patricia Duch, Nancy Lee, and Nancy Huling, the editors 
of the college newspaper, make a final detailed check to assure a perfect copy. 



Pamela Barry explains the impor- 
tance of the five W's — who, what, 
where, when, and why — as the 
essential ingredients of a "good 
news story." 





At this meeting of the newspaper's 
editorial board, Marilyn Worst and 
Patricia Duch concern themselves 
with the artistic aspects, while Cyn- 
thia Franco, Nancy Lee, and Anne 
Lancellotti contemplate the edi- 
torial agenda. 



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Our editors do not always agree with each other. Anne Lancellotti bears with 
erasures and advice even as the manuscript is ready for the printer. 








Anne Lancellotti's hobby is £££ Xii/e. A cup of 
coffee is at hand to aid the process of meeting a 
deadline. 



Miss Joan David, faculty advisor, conducts a 
critique of the most recent issue with the full 
staff. 




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Sodality 




The Maria Regina Sodality staged a campus-wide 
drive for books and toys for the Newport Commu- 
nity Center. Here, Susan Schiffer, chairman, and 
Susan Ellis, vice-chairman, present to Edward Gol- 
berg the welcome additions to the center's library. 

Nothing compares to the joy of a child opening a 
present. Each year at the Sodality Christmas party 
Salve girls are privileged to share this joy for an all- 
too-brief moment. 



Each year with the ushering in of the season of birth the student body 
rededicates itself to its Patron. It is the honor of the Prefect of the 
Sodality to crown Our Lady. 





Father Theodore C. Schmults enjoys lunch with 
members of the Sodality after their Day of Re- 
collection and reception. 




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Mission Club 





Under the guidance of club advisors, Sister Mary Columcille and Sister Mariella, Mission 
Club officers Miriam Loscocco, Diane Mazzari, Maureen Rotondo, and Lynda Maffeo 
foster plans for conducting an Advent clothing drive. 



Members of the Mission Club exemplify the spirit of the college in bringing joy to others 
by sending stuffed toys to underprivileged children in depressed areas of the United States. 



Mary Ellen Schwartz can find Kan- 
sas with her eyes closed after her 
summer with the Lay Apostolate 
there. 




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Christmas Traditions 





Santa has arrived at least for one little girl. A penny 
for your thoughts, Santa. 



The Candlelight Ceremony is also the occasion of the presentation of 
the school gift. Here, Sister Mary Emily expresses her appreciation to 
the student body for their gift of new china. 




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The four class presidents stand in readiness around 
the creche, eager to light a candle for their class. This 
tradition marks the beginning of the Christmas season 
at the College. 




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Rosary Hall is the appropriate central location for Confraternity of Chris- 
tian Doctrine training on campus. Director, Sister Mary Mercedes, provides 
Jane Thibault, Louise Benson, and Judy Cadigan with some ideas for cre- 
ating stimulating catechetical classes in the Newport area. 



Pam Hutchinson has been a faithful member of the Legion of Mary and of 
C.C.D. Here she goes on one of her many errands of goodwill. 




Judy Cadigan profits from her catechetical training 
as she explains the mystery of Christmas to an inter- 
ested pupil. 



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1. Sue Sparks, Photography 












2. Paulette Guthrie Business 



3. Ingrid Kokborg Advertising 



4. Phyllis Kipp Editor 



5. Evelyn Nerone Editor 



6. Sister Mary Jean & Sister Mary Wilhelmina 
Moderators 



7. Mary Louise Donnelly Editor 



8. Kate Dillon Editor 







Nancy Phelan Advertising 



10. Carol Fairhurst 



Editor 



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"Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble" — Shakespeare finds his way into 
the most unlikely situations — Kate Dillon boiling water for the in- 
evitable cup of coffee, a must on Monday evenings. 





Enroute to help the 1966 staff these jolly Juniors, 
Nancy and Nola learn the labyrinthian ways of 
editing a yearbook. 



■^ Paulette is ever ready to bank the checks. Here she 
shows an interesting notation to her confreres, the 
1966 financiers, Ingrid and Nancy. 



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^Deadlines 




Pat Mello and M. J. Doherty collaborate on the typ- 
ing, a very important job demanding efficiency and 
speed. 





Interest, enthusiasm, determination and persevering effort are the keynotes 

for the 1966 staff of the Regina Maris. Pictures, captions, heads, copy and, 

Paulette Gutherie would say money, are the necessary ingredients for a 

yearbook. The outstanding virtue is a super-abundance of patience. 

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Carol is on the trail of a lost picture 
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Nancy Huling, president, Kathleen Kehoe, vice-president, Patricia 
Sullivan, treasurer, and Barbara Sherry, secretary, consult a manual for 
ideas on planning a program which will introduce student teachers to 
the more practical aspects of education. 




Mary Ryan and Eleanor Woods prepare a bibliography of books avail- 
able to secondary education minors, as other committee members gather 
visual aids for creating an interesting classroom atmosphere. 





Dr. Burrell discusses specific problems encountered in 
the secondary classroom with senior student teachers 
and offers suggestions on effective classroom manage- 
ment. 



Marianne Bizzinski, Belinda St. Angelo, and Dorothy 
Rottmund present ideas on the role of American edu- 
cation at a monthly seminar. 




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Pamela Barry, captain, smiles approvingly as coach M. J. Doherty demonstrates a cheer 
which she hopes will give a boost to our campus athletes at the next basketball game. 



Officers Barbara Connolly, Dorcy 
Rottmund, and Mary Ryan offer 
the pause that refreshes to team- 
mates and rivals alike. 



Excited onlookers join the cheerleaders in sparking our hoop- 
sters to victory during a tense moment at the Salve-Annhurst 
game held in January. 



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Anxious players grapple for the ball while attempting a re- 
bound with only a few seconds to go before half-time. 




Salve fans are alternately exuberant and tense during a decisive moment in the basketball 
game with Annhurst College. 




Barbara Connolly endeavors to hold that ball as the 
opposition stands ready to recover it and score for 
Annhurst. 



Our cheerleaders extend a warm welcome to the visiting team from 
Annhurst College during half-time. 




Cultural Interlude 





Doctor Francis M. Rogers, chairman of the Romance Language Depart- 
ment, and former Dean of the Graduate School at Harvard, meets 
some members of the faculty before giving his formal lecture on "The 
Changing College Curriculum." 



Reverend Robert E. McNally, S.J., of Woodstock, 
Maryland, relaxes with Reverend Robert Ferrick, S.J., 
and Reverend John Reilly before giving his lecture 
on "The Post-Conciliar Church." 



Ann Quinton admires the creativity of our campus artists at the annual 
art exhibition. Students delight in the work of the Art Club enhanced 
by the impressive setting of Ochre Court. 






Senator Pell very determinedly makes a point. Kate is 
quizzical and Liz waits expectantly for his next remark. 




Engrossed in the Congressional Record, seniors Marylou 
Hofmann and Yeyette Berendes anxiously anticipate their 
Pell internships. 



Also participating in the internship program, Gerry Coffman discusses 
details of her application form with Mr. McKenna. Both seem very 
enthusiastic about the political venture. 



Pell Interns 



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Home Economics 




Careers in Home Economics was the theme for many exhibits spon- 
sored by the Home Economics Club. Sharon O'Toole represents the 
field of research. 



Ellen Anderson shows how to prepare pancakes on an electric iron 
during a lecture-demonstration while Sharon O'Toole looks on. 





Home Economics officers Susan Sparks, Mary Ann 
Adams, Elaine Cross, and Margaret Marra arrange 
the table for a class tea. 




Hope McDonald and Jean Sullivan admire Kathy 
Kenney's suit as she chooses accessories to accom- 
pany it. 




Biology Club 



Gert Ste. Marie, president, Chris Scanlon, treasurer, and Cecile 
Levesque, vice-president, discuss plans for the Biology Club 
Christmas card sale as Gail Bochenek, secretary, takes notes. 



Val Gesner and Sandy Whelly help to make biology a living 
subject by posting new and interesting materials on the club 
bulletin board. 



Sue Allely, Kathy Norton, and Anna Bury are thoroughly 
fascinated as they watch Sister Mary Brenda demonstrate her 
mechanical prowess. 




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International Relations Club 




Members of the International Relations Club discuss some of the con- 
troversial points of Senator Pell's lecture with guests from Bryant 
College at a reception which followed. 



Mary Crowley pinpoints a lecture by Arthur Schles- 
linger, Jr., scheduled at Providence College, another 
of her many duties as secretary of I.R.C. 





International Relations Club officers Connie Quirk, Yeyette Berendes 
and Kate Dillon make final arrangements for the Model General Assem- 
bly in which high schools in the Southern New England area participate. 



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Sociology 



Club 



There are graduations and graduations. Mr. John Caswell, director of 
Operation Headstart, presides at summer commencement with Sister 
Mary Christopher. 



Sociology has its charms for this mixed group of sophs and juniors. 
Sister Mary Christopher's wide experience and her interest in Operation 
Headstart gives added zest to student participation in community 
projects. 




A meeting of the Sociology Club is in the wind. Miss 
Eleanor Vander Haegen consults Joan Scarritt, Mary 
Ellen Martin, and Louise Gomes. 




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The Queen's Choristers fill the halls of Ochre Court with the festive sounds of Yuletide 
carols. For the Christmas concert the Glee Club members donned their new gowns of 
aqua crepe. 




During the annual Candlelight Ceremony, angelic voices resound 
throughout the darkness of Great Hall. Residents of the College carry 
lighted candles as they encircle the three balconies on their way to 
adore the Infant Jesus at the fireplace manger. 



Nancy Hallas, soprano soloist, delighted us with a 
select concert of classical and semi-classical music. 
Miss Hallas is a pupil of Mrs. Marian W. Van Slyke. 



Glee Club 




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Sigma Phi Sigma 




Jane Herron and Pauline Heneault are enroute to Mount Saint Agnes 
College, Baltimore, for the National meeting of Sigma Phi Sigma. 









Sister Mary Antonine, moderator of Sigma Phi Sigma, 
presents a certificate of membership to Eileen Mc- 
Cusker. 



Mary Louise Donnelly and Kathleen Dillon receive 
letters of nomination for National treasurer and Na- 
tional vice-president of Sigma Phi Sigma, respectively. 



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Salve Regina was honored by the presence of Archbishop Iakovos, Primate of the Greek 
Orthodox Church in the Western Hemisphere. 




Dr. Paul Thomson was welcomed back to Salve Regina as a participant 
in our lecture program. His memorial lecture on T. S. Eliot as a 
Christian Poet was very well received. 




Enrichment 



Rev. Edward Flannery, editor of the Providence 
Visitor, speaks to the girls on his recent publication, 
The Anguish of the Jews. 



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In Diversity 



Mr. Paul Quinlan, S.J., composer and singer of Psalms 
set to original folk music, has his Salve Regina audi- 
ence "Glory Bound." With his own accompaniment 
and commentary on his selections, Mr. Quinlan was 
enthusiastically received by the college audience. 



Mondays at four means Campus Critique. This year 
T. S. Eliot's plays have been under discussion. On 
this particular Monday Sister Mary Eloise stresses the 
moral implications in The Family Reunion. Still to 
be considered are The Cocktail Party, The Confiden- 
tial Clerk, and The Elder Statesman. 




Doctor Jose Mautel of the Hispanic Honor Society officiates at instal- 
lation of the Spanish faculty at formal ceremonies in the Great Hall. 











In Ceremonies 



January 18 marked a votive Mass for Unity celebrated by Rev. John 
Reilly, Chaplain. Music for the Mass was written by Sister Mary 
Rosina. The Catholic and Protestant Clergy of the area attended. 

The dedication of Miley Hall was a very special occasion. Most Reverend 
Russell J. McVinney officiated at the blessing together with many 
priests of the diocese. 





In Lectures 




Rev. William Paul Haas, recently appointed President of Providence College, 
speaks from the porch of Ochre Court to a Convocation audience on the subject 
of "The Inside-Out of It." 



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Senator Claiborne Pell registers concern over 
the Viet Nam situation during his lecture 
sponsored by the International Relations 
Club. 




Dr. Richard Pattee, popular and dynamic lecturer on world affairs in his third 
visit to Salve Regina; again this year Dr. Pattee aroused considerable enthusiasm 
in his three-day series cf talks. 



Doctor John Tsu, Ph.D., of Seton Hall Uni- 
versity enchanted us with his lecture on 
"East and West, Likenesses and Differences." 



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Mothers' Guild 




Mrs. Kieran Farrelly, Mrs. Mary Hade Hickey, Mrs. Conrad 
Motte relax in Alumnae Lounge on the occasion of the dedi- 
cation of Miley Hall, while Mrs. Bernard McSherry chats with 
Doctor William Robinson and Reverend James Casey. 




Sister M. Martina, moderator of the Salve Regina Guild, is un- 
sparing in her efforts and in her dedication to Guild projects 
and expansion. 



The annual Guild Holy Hour is a time of spiritual refreshment 
in the midst of many acivities. 




Fathers' Council 




Dancing along, singing a song. The Father-Daughter evening at Ochre Court is the 
crown of the day's events. Classes, meetings, dinner are but the prelude to a gala time 
in the Great Hall. 





Sister Mary Rosalia has a vital interest in the Fathers 
Council. The October Weekend has a special place 
on the agenda. 



Beautiful Ohio paid off this time! Diane Simpson and her parents joy- 
fully receive prizes for making the trek from Ohio to Rhode Island. 



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Underclasses 




The countless hours of study are an adjustment for 
some, an adventure for more, and a challenge for 
others. Thus the Frosh, the Sophs, and the Juniors 
move relentlessly forward, gradually becoming at- 
tuned to the sound of silence, to the discipline of 
study. The skill at the typewriter, the formidable 
stress of deadlines, the scurrying to the library, the 
stem reality of a hard wooden chair — these become 
familiar, habitual, collegiate. An interest in fresh 
ideas grows through intergroup casual discussion. 



Again grads and undergrads turn out to hear schol- 
ars in an atmosphere of relaxed interest unaccom- 
panied by the fury of notetaking. But life also has 
its light moments, such as the Freshman Show, the 
Sophomore November Nocturne, and the regal 
beatity of the Junior Ring Dance. Then there are 
the happy hours of dorm parties, of friendships 
made and goodies shared. All these and much more 
not caught in the web of words give life and mean- 
ing to college years. 




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The Freshmen in their new blazers experience the first formal assembly 
of the school year, Honors Convocation. Miss Joanne Mattias and Miss 
Theresa Marzilli lead the group to the terrace for the exercises. 



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•^ This year the Guild sponsored a tea and social hour 
for mothers of the Freshmen. Here Miss Marietta 
Coughlin acts as pourer. 



Noreen Brawley says welcome to Queen Hall. "Come 
in and enjoy our dorm." 










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The weekly class meeting for freshmen is considered a very 
important means of orienting the class to life at Salve Regina. 
Bringing the whole group together in this way every week 
helps to develop class spirit, as well as to accomplish the more 
practical task of conducting class business. Members of the 
administration, faculty, club moderators, department heads, 
club officers representing various activities are invited at 



appropriate times to acquaint the freshmen with different 
aspects of college life. Through these meetings the class is also 
made familiar with college traditions. Here the Class of 1969 
is shown at Mercy Hall, during the last meeting before the 
examination period of the first semester. Below, the freshmen 
commuters leave Mercy Hall after their weekly class meeting. 




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It's the "on and on and on" that is so discouraging to Marcia Marra, 
and Cathy and Ann Dolan, the irresistible twins. 




Sylvia Gendron at the controls while Susan Whitehead observes. It's 
important that our public address system is adjusted for the Great Hall 
of Ochre Court! 




Singing Along 



Megan Daly, Pat Caden, and Donna Dziedzic add a 
note of Christmas cheer to the annual Sodality Christ- 
mas party for the underprivileged children of New- 
port. 



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Smiling Through 





Mary Bohlen, Barbara McShane, and Mary Ann Cronin arrive at Ochre 
Court — it may be for a chapel visit, or for business; for a lecture, or 
even for classes. Our oldest building is our most versatile! 




Mrs. George Healy receives smiling approval of her ensemble by fresh- 
man daughter, Rosemary, at the Guild reception for mothers of the 
Class of 1969. 



Freshman Kathy Rezendes becomes quickly involved 
in the spirit of the college as she entertains at a tea 
held for the freshman class and their mothers in 
October. 



Freshmen at Miley Hall primping up and washing up 
before settling to an evening of study — Colleen 
Burns, Joanne Murray, Diane Simpson, and Elizabeth 
Weis. 





The happy faces of these jubilant frosh reveal their recent triumph 
over that scourge which traditionally befalls all freshmen — the omi- 
nous beanie. 




Jeannine and Jeanne charm their sister Pauline Hene- 
ault with mistletoe hung high on the door in Miley. 



"Mirror, mirror on the wall, are all frosh this busy?" wonders Barbra- 
lyn Higgins. Despite a hectic schedule, Barb manages to find a few 
leisure moments. 




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Freshmen class officers discuss material for the Class of 1969 scrapbook 
with Sister Mary Wilhelmina, class moderator. Diane Tonnes, vice- 
president; Noreen Brawley, president; Joanne Murray, treasurer; and 
Mary Ford, secretary, appear to have a wealth of material for the 
"Class History" thus far! 



freshmen 





Cheryl Piatelli dons the attire of Santa Claus to guide her reindeer, Pat 
Baselice, to add to the amusement of all during the Freshman Show. 



Handbook at hand, Theresa Hopkins utilizes a few 
moments before class. Concentration is the magic 
word, a harbinger of success. 




Sophomores . . . 




These sophs relax with magazines and newspapers, or is it an assign- 
ment in current events that provokes the interest in "The New York 
Times" ? 



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Lorry Chasse has a problem for Joanne Curcio to 
solve, or is it a joint puzzle for both? 



Jeanne McMahon and Peggy Doyle share Caroline Ruocco's hospitality 
at this coffee break. 



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There are reflections and reflections. Diane Rooney, Ann 
Riley, and Mary Crowley can give you the whole story. 




"What's brewing?" asks Carol Quinn as Laura Wist 
stirs the mysterious concoction. 




McAuley sophs use the lounge for various and sundry activities. Those 
in the foreground appear to be studying. Those in the background — 
are they doing research on ideas for their next party? 



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A rainy Saturday morning found these Moore Hall sophs intent on T.V., al- 
though Lynn Munson seems to be studying intently. 



Cecelia Wang, modeling her native costume, 
shows her American classmates some of her 
Christmas presents from China. 





Candid Camera shot reveals jolly comradeship as Mary Lou Ross and Linda 
Shuster give t.l.c. to their prize stuffed animals. 



Gaining Status 



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This is certainly an odd and unromantic moment for p. 
Betty, Carol and their escorts. Autumn leaves in the 
fireplace, or is this simply a touch for atmosphere? 




Diane Rooney, chairman, enjoys the fruits of her 
work at the November Nocturne, the sophomore 
dance. 




Trinkets for sale. Let's have a look. Maggie Moran, Diane Holliday, 
Francine Bestoso, Sue Smith and Kathy Weaver find this section of the 
new bookstore most attractive. 

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"Hello, up there," says Betsy Nowicki, Peggy Machado, Judy 
Prydun, and Belinda St. Angelo from their perch on Forty Steps. 



Mary Minahan, Eileen Mirando, Deidre 
Field and Nancy Dowd find the refer- 
ence shelf a must for their assignment 
in World Literature. 





What need is there for words in this meeting with 
Santa? The sophs have their own reward for their 
generosity at the Christmas party. 




. . . Sophomores 



Exciting events appear to be in the offing after a meeting of sophomore class 
officers, Mary Lou Ross, Terry Hodgens, Dee Fields and Carol Conboy with 
class moderator, Sister Ignatius. 



"What's the occasion?" It isn't everyday you'll find 
Diane Hardy and Mary McNulty cleaning for in- 
spection. 





Every hour you can find Ronnie Foley mak- 
ing her faithful contribution to the Coca 
Cola Company. Anybody have change for a 
quarter? 





Pat McCarten and Fran Lau review Dante's Divine Comedy via dia- 
gram. They seem to be weathering the Inferno rather pleasantly. 



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&uniors 





The Miley Hall elevator provides a welcome lift after a long day's haul 
for Mary Ann Martin, Claire Ouellette, and Beverly Tavares. Leave 
room for Joan Henry, girls! 



Sister Mary Brenda, Junior Class Moderator, indulges 
in a few pleasantries with class officers Leslie Murtha, 
Joan Godin, Barbara Sherry, and Sue Reardon. 



Marianne Cavanaugh, Ann Gibbons, Marti Scahill, Suzi Neville, Mari- 
anne Bizzinski and Kathie Ryan, the folksingers of Miley II North, are 
joined by Sister Philemon, as they entertain the girls with their rendi- 
tion of "5 00 Miles." 



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In solemn session with Sister Mary Brenda the ring dance committees 
make final preparations for the weekend of February 18, 19, and 20. 
Janet Foley and Sue Reardon are co-chairmen of the weekend. 




The Star Sapphire ring inspires looks of admiration and anticipation on 
the faces of juniors, Helen McGrane, Mary Ellen Avery, Jane Fleming 
and Eleanor Clingham, 



There are no wash day blues when Margie Marra, 
Connie Quirk and Carole Marra take over the laundry 
room in Miley Hall. 




The junior nurses lead a diversified existence — from hospital work, 
to classroom, to (and inevitably so) student union. 



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Sister Mary Ignatius joins juniors Shelly Sullivan, Sue 
Carroll, and Mary Brown in supporting our Student 
Council at an Ebb Tide forum on " The Effectiveness 
of Student Council." 



Paula Pandolf, Joan Mullare, Ellen Horrocks, and Mary Frances O'- 
Brien check reserve book assignments. Better to be safe than sorry. 



82 





Mary Lou McCarthy, Kathy Kehoe, and Judy White 
seem to be enjoying the show in their comfortable 
Miley Hall quarters. 




Commuters Ann Wright, Dottie Marcello, Liza Carter and Allegra Munson compute the 
time, as well as commute the distance, to get all the extra 'winks' possible before heading 
for campus. 




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"What goes up should come down." But watch what happens when 
Ann Lancellotti and Nola Woods are working in the Student Union. 



The prospect of sun, surf and sand plus the persuasive smiles of Meg 
Clarke and Val Pikor lure Joanne Larsen and Joanne Mattias to support 
this Junior Class raffle to raise money for the Junior Ring Dance. 





Ann Donovan, Joyce DeLuca, and Fran O'Brien 
enjoying their favorite pastime, playing bridge in 
between classes, in the Haven. 



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uniors 








Marilyn Worst, president of House Council at Founders Hall, empha- 
sizes a point with other members of the Council, Sara Fitzgerald, Gerry 
Gearon, and Betty Lou Flannery. 



Mrs. Hattub gives instructions to part-time recep- 
tionists, Hope McDonald and Adrian Lapp, on the 
use of the Miley Hall intercom. 



Sue Alexio, Andrea DiGiammo and Kathy Donnelly 
agree that Miley dining hall wouldn't be the same 
without Mary Ryan checking meal tickets. 




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This is certainly a serious game — intensity, concentration, decision. 
These players at Founders Hall recreate themselves, so they say, at 
bridge. 





The occupants of this room have their own signs and counter signs. 
Perhaps there is also a password for entrance. 



Companion piece to a bridge game is this scene in 
the library. Almost the same clientele with the same 
intensity. 



Set the Pace 



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Senior moments 




Lest we forget, the significant phase of our exist- 
ence during these years has been our youth, our 
exuberance, our newly awakened enthusiasms and 
the turbulence of becoming more and more aware 
of life. Thus ive turn to companionship, to social 
life as an outlet, to a dance, a game, or the theater. 
The experience of being together in the traditional 
aspects of college life gives us a sense of oneness. 
However, it is rather in the informal every day 
occurrences that somehow youth finds its deepest 



and most responsive moments. Strumming a guitar, 
playing records, celebrating birthdays, or trimming 
a Christmas tree — these seemingly trivial actions 
have in them a genuine joy and a bond of fellow- 
ship. These are the hours when the new, the fresh, 
and the unexpected make life worth living. These 
college days are so full, so wonderfully bright. 
For the cup of youth is a magic cup filled to over- 
flowing. 




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A Number of Things 




Gee, Lenny, do you think our snowman will ever be the same?" asks Michele. Our camera 
caught the girls between visits to the Home Ec lab. 



What's so interesting? Dorcy and Cynthia share a 
secret formula enroute to class. 





"Just checking," says Lorraine Mello. Carol Berard and Helen Bagley 
must be sure. A stitch in time saves nine. 




Conference on Kansas? Could be with Eileen McCusker and Joanne 
Leonard practicing their persuasive arts on Joyce McGoldrick. 



Kathy Nolan and Fran Donahue inspect goodies in the frigidaire while 
Cheryl Foster and Sue Allard enjoy their own roles on the clean-up 
committee. 





Who or what lies below? A Man or a Mouse. Jean 
Havens knows but she isn't telling. 




Star sapphires shine on Ring Day for Kitty Walsh, 
Nancy Phelan, and Mary Ellen Schwartz. 



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Ann Lepkowski, as president, gives the welcome address to parents and friends at the 
ring ceremony. 




'Food for feathered friends' is the 
slogan here. Diane Pratt and Pat 
Mello brave the winter cold with 
truly Franciscan charity. 




Sue Riordon enjoys the Newport air and sunshine as 
she takes a break between classes. 



Yeyette Berendes and Kate Dillon have one of their many thought- 
provoking discussions over coffee in Miley Hall. The gestures are for 
emphasis. 




Even seniors are allowed to take a break every now and again. The Fall 
Weekend provides just such an opportunity. What better time to get a 
group of seniors in one spot for a few bars of "Saturday Night"? Better 
voices have never been heard — well, almost. 



PHOTO BY NEWPORT DAILY NEWS 




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In the Course of the Day 




Saint Joseph's Hall smoker resounds with more erudite conversation 
than the term suggests. Here is the proof with Bunny Natella consult- 
ing Sue Sparks while Audrey Deliniks and Ingrid Kokborg confer about 
the correct thesis format. 





Barbara Connolly, Mary Corey, Ann Lancelotti, 
Kathy Donnelly, and Lynne Leahy entertain the 
freshmen mothers who were guests of the Salve Regina 
Guild one Sunday afternoon. 



An international set of dolls and a floppy-eared friend 
seem to be the topic of conversation for Miriam Los- 
cocco and Maureen Rotondo. 



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IIIU 




Student teachers Liz Costello, Helen Reynolds, Dona Hackman and 
Pat Burke pool their ideas and talents to create a bulletin board for the 
Christmas season. 




Ann Lepkowski and Vivian Lamothe, the two distinguished med techs, 
live in a world apart at Newport Hospital. For them "togetherness" 
has an added significance. 




Jane Horan knows the road from Lincoln to New- 
port with her eyes shut. Bon voyage, Jane. 



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"Come on, M. J.!" Ann Eccles, M. J. Doherty and Lenore Kipp find 
jacks a relaxing hobby. 





Gerry Coffman adds a thought or two while Barbara 
Bestoso puzzles over a stickler in her daily stint with 
her puzzle book. 




It looks like a major operation for both Carol Fairhurst and Sandy 
Babiarz. Bufferin, coffee, cigarettes — are they food for thought? 



Janice McGillick is ever ready with her books just 
waiting for English class to begin. Have you a few 
ideas to contribute, Janice? 



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Instead of tea for two it is a coffee cabinet for three — Jean Vargas, Cathy 
Ellis and Carole Medeiros. 




Take your choice of Folk, Spoken Word, Jazz, Mood 
or Beatle records. Trudy Crowley and Paulette Guth- 
erie seem to be in the swing of mood rhythms. 



Colonial Redwood Library has an atmosphere all its own. Louise Gomes, 
Gail Greer and Pam Hutchinson have found a cozy nook. 





Antiques have charms for Peggy Shawcross, Maria Racioppi, and M. A. 
Geary. Rosary Hall has its own artistic atmosphere. 



Two pennies for two thoughts. There really must be 
a weighty matter at stake for Starr Farrell and Louise 
Scola. 




Sailing, sailing over the bounding main! These fair young maids, Janet 
Interrante, Natalie Pozzi, Pat Moher and Anne Hurley are signed and 
sealed Navy ensigns. 



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Evelyn Nerone finds recreation in music. She enter- 
tains informally and also gives of her talent on for- 
mal occasions. 



The sleeping beauty, Pauline Heneault, is in for a 
rude awakening from her mischievous classmates, 
Jane Herron and Marylou Hofmann. 



The Nurses Brigade, Noreen Golden, Sandy Jarret, 
Sheila Whitlock, Sheila Moran, Kathy Walsh, Sharon 
Kopchik and Pat Kolarsick has recently invaded the 
mailboxes. 





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Teaching is a serious business, at least according to these facial expressions. Mary Lou 
Donnelly and Betty O'Connell will certainly be prepared for classes on the morrow. 



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The bulletin board is the Mecca tor these senior nursing students on their return to 
campus. Cheryl Martin, Barbara Ostheimer, Barbara Sullivan, Eleanor Raquier and 
Dona Pardo check the news. 



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These three would do anything for a 
good debating session — even get dressed 
for the Student Council Tea. Isn't that 
right, Sallyanne Deimantes, Mary Ellen 
Martin and Nancy Lee? 



Gert Ste. Marie re-reads a class assignment before 
submitting it. 





To most seniors the greatest man who ever lived would be Alexander 
Graham Bell. Marie Conaty and Michele Paquet would be the first to 
agree! 




Lest we forget! This is the charming committee on 
arrangements for the Ring Dance. 



Worth Remembering 



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Qraduates 




College has been a give and a take, a coming and a 
going across Mount Hope Bridge, the Sakonnet 
River Bridge, the Jamestown Ferry, along the free- 
ivays, Bellevue, Narragansett, Ochre Point . . . 
these are the familiar avenues. They have a mean- 
ing for us. Perhaps from some vantage point in the 
future %ve shall look back on them through the 
maze of all our memories and treasure the familiar 
landmarks. We shall note the turn in the road, the 



call of the sea gull, the sight of the sea, or the touch 
of the mist in our faces. 

Along these ways we have departed and arrived 
thousands of times by day and by night. Then the 
hour comes and we are gone to arrive no more in 
exactly the same ivay. But one day we shall return 
along these same highways and traverse the campus 
walks again and finally realize how much college 
really meant. 





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Class of 1966 




Ellen Agnes Anderson 



A.B. 



NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

Foods and Nutrition 



A.B. 



A.B. 




Susan Jeannette Allard 

WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND 



Sociology, Spanish 



Cassandra Ann Babiarz 

SWANSEA, MASSACHUSETTS 

Spanish, Education, English 




102 




Helen Susan Bagley 

MIDDLETOWN, RHODE ISLAND 



A.B. 



English, Education 



Henriette Marie Berendes 

BARRINGTON, RHODE ISLAND 



A.B. 



History, Education 





A.B. 



Carol Ann Berard 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 




103 





A.B. 



Barbara Anne Bestoso 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

History, Education 



A.B. 



M. Patricia Burke 

CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND 

Spanish, Education 



A.B. 



Geraldine Rodgers Coffman 

TIVERTON, RHODE ISLAND 

History, Political Science 




104 




A.B. 



Charlotte Anne Colton 

TAUNTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

Home Economics, Education 



A.B. 



Marie Katherine Con at y 

WATERBURY, CONNECTICUT 

Spanish, Education 



Barbara Ellen Connolly 

WEST HYANNIS PORT, MASSACHUSETTS 

A.B. English, Education 






105 




A.B. 



Mary Louise Corey 

WEST NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

French, Education 



A.B. 



Gertrude Moireen Crowley 

WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND 

Social Studies, Education 





A.B. 



Elizabeth Ellen Costello 

CUMBERLAND, RHODE ISLAND 

Social Studies, Education 



106 





I 



A.B. 



Sallyanne Noel Deimantas 

WATERBURY, CONNECTICUT 

English, Education 



Ida Ann Del Vecchio 

JOHNSTON, RHODE ISLAND 



A.B. 



Sociology, Psychology 



A.B. 



Audrey Joan Deliniks 

WATERBURY, CONNECTICUT 

Sociology, Biology 




107 




A.B. 



Kathleen Mary Dillon 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Mathematics 



Madora Jane Doherty 

SEASIDE PARK, NEW JERSEY 



A.B. 



Biology, Chemistry 



A.B. 



Frances Jane Donahue 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 





108 





A.B. 



Mary Louise Donnelly 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 



A.B. 



Ann Elizabeth Eccles 

HACKENSACK, NEW JERSEY 

English, French 



A.B. 



Catherine Elaine Ellis 

SOMERSET, MASSACHUSETTS 

English, Education 




109 



Class of 1966 




A.B. 



A.B. 



A.B. 



Janet Starr Farrell 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 




Carol Ann Fairhurst 

TIVERTON, RHODE ISLAND 



English, Education 



Cheryl Ann Foster 

EAST PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

Mathematics, Education 




110 




A.B. 



Cynthia Anne Franco 

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 

English, Education 



Noreen Ann Golden 

CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND 



B.S. 



Nursing 






<*0* 






A.B. 



Mary Alice Geary 

JAMESTOWN, RHODE ISLAND 

French, Education 



111 





A.B. 



Louise Ann Gomes 

PORTSMOUTH, RHODE ISLAND 

Sociology, History 



A.B. 



Gail Anne Greer 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

Spanish, Education 



A.B. 



Paulefte Marie Guthrie 

MIDDLETOWN, RHODE ISLAND 

History, Education 




112 




A.B. 



Dona Marie Hackman 

WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND 

Spanish, Education 



A.B. 



Jean Ann Havens 

COLUMBIA, CONNECTICUT 

French, Education 



A.B. 



Pauline Lorraine Heneault 

WOONSOCKET, RHODE ISLAND 

French, Education 





113 




A.B. 



A.B. 



\ 



Jane Mary Herron 

MALONE, NEW YORK 

Sociology, Psychology 



Jane Frances Horan 

LINCOLN, RHODE ISLAND 

English, History 





A.B. 



Marylou Hofmann 

WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND 

French, History 



114 




•x 




"tmttgf 




Anne Rose Hurley 

WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS 



B.S. 



Nursing 



Janet Claire Interrante 

MILFORD, CONNECTICUT 



B.S. 



Nursing 



A.B. 



Pamela Ann Hutchinson 

MIDDLETOWN, RHODE ISLAND 

Mathematics, Education 




115 




j£'' 



Sandra Leigh } arret 

NARRAGANSETT, RHODE ISLAND 



B.S. 



Nursing 



A.B. 



Phyllis Lenore Kipp 

OYSTER BAY, NEW YORK 

English, Education 



A.B. 




In grid Cecilia Kokborg 

MYSTIC, CONNECTICUT 



French, Spanish 




116 





Patricia Ann Kolarsick 

SHREWSBURY, NEW JERSEY 



B.S. 



Nursing 



B.S. 



Sharon Elizabeth Kopchik 

ANSONIA, CONNECTICUT 



Nursing 



A.B. 



Maureen Michele Laliberte 

MIDDLETOWN, RHODE ISLAND 

Foods and Nutrition 




117 



Class of 1966 





B.S. 



Vivian L. Lamothe 

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 



Medical Technology 



A.B. 



Nancy Maria Lee 

WESTBURY, NEW YORK 

English, Education 



A.B. 



Lynne Dorothy Leahy 
Arlington, Virginia 

English, Education 





118 



A.B. 




Joanne Marie Leonard 

SOMERSET, MASSACHUSETTS 

Mathematics, Education 




Ann Miriam Loscocco 

SURREY, ENGLAND 



A.B. 



Sociology, Psychology 





B.S. 



Ann Marie Lepkowski 

MERIDEN, CONNECTICUT 

Medical Technology 



119 




Cheryl Marianne Martin 

SOMERSET, MASSACHUSETTS 




B.S. 



Nursing 



A.B. 



Mary Ellen Martin 

TEANECK, NEW JERSEY 

Sociology, Biology 



A.B. 



Eileen Mary McCusker 

FOXBORO, MASSACHUSETTS 

History, Education 




120 




A.B. 



Janice Arlene McGillick 

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 

English, Education 



A.B. 



Joyce Ann McGoldrick 

PELHAM, NEW YORK 

English, Education 



A.B. 



Carole Jean Medeiros 

BRISTOL, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 





121 




A.B. 



B.S. 



Lorraine S. Mello 

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 

Spanish, Education 



Patricia Ann Moher 

BRANFORD, CONNECTICUT 



Nursing 





A.B. 



Patricia Carol Mello 

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 

English, Education 




122 





B.S. 



Sheila Mary Moran 

ORANGE, CONNECTICUT 



Nursing 



A.B. 



Evelyn Mary Nerone 

RIVERSIDE, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 



A.B. 



Barbara Paula Natella 

YONKERS, NEW YORK 

Spanish, Education 




123 




A.B. 



Katherine Marie Nolan 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 



A.B. 



Elizabeth Catherine O 'Conn ell 

EAST PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 




B.S. 



Barbara Elizabeth Ostheimer 

LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 



Nursing 




124 





A.B. 



Elaine Aurora Paiva 

PAWTUCKET, RHODE ISLAND 

Spanish, Education 



A.B. 



Michele Martha Paquet 

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 

French, Spanish 



Dona Marie Pardo 

DEMAREST, NEW JERSEY 



B.S. 



Nursing 




125 



Class of 1966 





A.B. 



An n Irene P he I an 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

English, Education 



A.B. 



Diane Joyce Pratt 

TIVERTON, RHODE ISLAND 

Mathematics, English 



Natalie Rose Pozzi 

PHILLIPSBURG, NEW JERSEY 



B.S. 



Nursing 




126 




A.B. 



Maria Antoinette Racioppi 

WEST WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND 

French, Spanish 



A.B. 



Helen Marie Reynolds 

WATERBURY, CONNECTICUT 

Social Studies, Education 





Eleanor Loicise Racpiier 

MANVILLE, RHODE ISLAND 



B.S. 



Nursing 



127 




A.B. 



Susan Marie Kiordan 

SHELTON, CONNECTICUT 

Spanish, Education 




Maureen Ann Kotondo 

NORTH PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

A.B. French, Education 



A.B. 



Dorothy Mary Kottmund 

POTOMAC, MARYLAND 

English, Education 




/ 



m 




128 




A.B. 



Gertrude J. Ste. Marie 

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 

Biology, Chemistry 



A.B. 



Joan Eva Scar r it t 

WATERBURY, CONNECTICUT 

Sociology, Biology 




A.B. 



Mary Ellen Schwartz 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 

Social Studies, Education 




129 




A.B. 



A.B. 



Louise Marguerite Scola 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

Spanish, Education 



Susan ]ane Sparks 

BETHESDA, MARYLAND 

Home Economics, French 





A.B. 



Margaret Kathleen Shawcross 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

French, Education 



130 



B.S. 



Barbara Jeanne Sullivan 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 



Nursing 





m ^ 







A.B. 



Jean Marie Vargas 

SOMERSET, MASSACHUSETTS 

History, Education 




Sheila May Whitlock 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 



B.S. 



Nursing 



Katherine Margaret Walsh 

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 



B.S. 



Nursing 




131 




Kathleen Dillon and Mary Louise Donnelly 



Noreen Golden and Patricia Kolarsick 



II II I 7 




mm 




Nancy Lee 



W 



onors 




Marylou Hofmann 



Elizabeth O'Connell, Gertrude Ste. Marie and Evelyn Nerone 




133 




Blazer-clad sophomores listen to Class Day exercises before placing the 
traditional laurel chain on the terrace lawn, designating the year of the 
graduating class. 





In solemn procession on Class Day, seniors march toward Ochre terrace 
to receive the final complement to their academic attire, the bachelor's 
hood. 



A Sister Mary Emily confers the blue-and-white hood on the 
class president, symbolizing the bestowal of full scholastic 
recognition to the entire graduating class. 




The dance of the laurel chain, in which sophomores honor their senior 
sisters, is viewed from a vantage point high on Ochre balcony. 




Commencement 



Gertrude Ste. Marie receives her certificate of mem- 
bership into the Mercy Honor Society, Sigma Phi 
Sigma, during Class Day exercises. 




Among the festivities of Commencement Week is the Baccalaureate 
Dinner at Miley Hall. This affords seniors a chance to enjoy the com- 
pany of their parents and the esteem of their classmates during the 
presentation of class honors. 

Planting of the class tree culminates the program for Class ► 
Day. For success, use muscle and give a strong thrust into 
the earth. 





Arrayed in cap, gown, hood, and formal collar, the seniors march with 
pride and dignity. Each moment with its solemn ritual makes farewell 
a sharp reality. 



Historic Saint Mary's, through the courtesy of Rev- 
erend John Shea, pastor, opens its doors each year 
for the Baccalaureate Mass. 




Perspective is everything here. Attention converges to the alt 
Saint Mary's as Mass begins. 



ar in 




136 







PHOTO BY PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-BULLETIN 



Ochre Court, the scene of so many festive occasions in the course of their four 
years at Salve, provides seniors with a joyful yet solemn atmosphere for the 
finale of their social activity at the college, the Commencement Ball. 




On a crisp and clear Commencement Day the Seniors march in solemn procession to the 
terrace of Ochre Court. There their academic career at Salve Regina will close with the 
reception of their Baccalaureate degree. 



137 




PHOTO BY PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-BULLETIN 



An End and a Beginning 



138 



In Memoriam 




Robert Goelet, Esquire 1880-1966 

O beauteous Death, you come but once 
To lift man up beyond this dark; 
What mysteries lie beyond our ken, 
Could we transcend the mark. 



O Father of Life, thy servant goes 
At thy appearing hour, 
And enters into thy Holy Room, 
To share thy glorious Poiver. 



For generous deeds, in heaven lie 
Beyond all time's delay, 
Eternal peace and light 
That shines unto a perfect day. 



139 



Epilogue 



Yes, "all experience is an arch where through gleams 
that untravelled world" . . . the world of tomor- 
row, the world that lies on the threshold, the world 
that beckons and in beckoning surveys our stature 
and counts 7ts among its own. Within each of us 
is joyful expectation, the thrill of a new adventure, 
the challenge of the unknown and, if we would 
admit it, a normal anxiety which whets our initia- 
tive and provokes courage. Perhaps we should re- 
alize that as we go forth armed with our degrees 
the real testing time lies ahead. The severance 
from college life, from our familiar environment, 
from friends we made here, these thoughts give us 
pause. In one sense we would almost ask time to 
stop and yet in another sense we yearn "in desire 
to follow knowledge like a sinking star beyond the 
utmost bounds of human thotight." Who knows 
we may be "the bringer of new things" and do 
"some work of noble note." Certainly in our gen- 
eration we shall be a vital part of the resurgence of 
the Christian life, of the renaissance of Christian 



humanism. 

The pursuit of excellence is ever present. Each 
venture beyond our ken is linked with what has 
preceded it. What we have learned here, whatever 
degree of knowledge we have attained, will modify 
and influence our future endeavors. We are made 
ready to investigate the riches that have been 
pointed out to us and we are also very much aware 
of enriching ourselves in areas over and above our 
specialized concentrations. These four years have 
revealed to us the tremendous unity that really is 
at the core of the liberal arts program. This reality 
is but a stepping stone to more ambitious intel- 
lectual curiosity. It is also an incentive to enter 
upon our careers with courage and ivith a desire to 
give ourselves in the way of service to others. Thus, 
we must set our sails and challenge the very winds. 
We must meet the arching waves that we, too, may 
be "one equal temper of heroic hearts . . . made 
strong in will to strive, to seek, to find, but not 
to yield." 



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College Directory 



CLASS OF 19 6 6 



susan J. allard, January 7 

32 Ashwood Circle, Warwick, R. I. 

Regina Players 1; Sociology Club 2,4; El Circulo Espanol 
2,3; Campus Critique 2; Student Council 2,3,4 (Secretary 
3, President 4) ; House Council (Secretary 1,2) ; Class Pres- 
ident 2; Fine Arts Committee 2,3,4; Revisions Committee 

3,4. 
ellen a. anderson, September 26 
1 Channing Place, Newport, R. I. 

Newport Area Club 2,3,4 (President 3,4) ; Commuters Club 
1,2,3 (Secretary-Treasurer 3); Home Economics Club 1,2, 
3,4 (Secretary 3). 

CASSANDRA A. BABIARZ, June 4 

49 Clark Lane, Swansea, Mass. 

Fall River Area Club 2,3,4 (Vice-President-Treasurer 3, 
President 4); Commuters Club 1,2,3; El Circulo Espanol 
2,3,4. 
helen s. bagley, February 27 

50 Oak Street, Middletown, R. I. 
carol A. berard, June 3 

114 Park Holm, Newport, R. I. 

Newport Area Club 3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3; C.C.D. 

2,3; Legion of Mary 1,2,3 (Vice-President 2,3). 

henriette M. berendes, November 7 
5 Elton Road, Barrington, R. I. 

Area Club 2,3; International Relations Club 2,3,4 (Presi- 
dent 3,4); Women's Recreation Association 2,3; Campus 
Critique 2,3. 

Barbara a. bestoso, January 24 
66 Bliss Road, Newport, R. I. 
Newport Area Club 3,4. 

M. PATRICIA BURKE, August 17 

89 Garden Street, Cranston, R. I. 

Providence Area Club 2,3 (Chairman 3); Queen's Choris- 
ters 1,2,3; Regina Players 1,2,3,4; International Relations 
Club 3; El Circulo Espanol 1,2,3,4; Campus Critique 2; 
House Council 4 (Treasurer 4) ; Fine Arts Committee 2,3,4 
(Chairman 4) . 
geraldine rodgers coffman, February 16 
117 Highland Road, Tiverton, R. I. 

CHARLOTTE A. COLTON, April 2 5 

Paul A. Dever State School, Taunton, Mass. 
Regina Players 4; Maria Regina Sodality 1,2,3,4; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 1,2,3,4; Campus Critique 2; C.C.D. 2,3 (Vice- 
President 3 ) . 

marie k. conaty, October 23 

45 Welton Street, Waterbury, Conn. 

Maria Regina Sodality 1,2,3,4; El Circulo Espanol 1,2,3,4; 
Campus Critique 2,3; Dean's List 3; Sigma Delta Pi 3,4 
(President 3,4). 

Barbara e. Connolly, March 2 

Craigsville Beach Road, West Hyannis Port, Mass. 
Area Club 2,3; Queen's Choristers 1,2; Regina Players 3,4; 
Women's Recreation Association 1,2,3,4 (Secretary 2, Vice- 
President 3, President 4); Campus Critique 1; Basketball 
Team 1,2,3,4 (Co-captain 4); Social Committee 2,3,4. 

MARY L. corey, June 10 

10 Regent Street, West Newton, Mass. 

Area Club 2,3; Queen's Choristers 1,2,3; Regina Players 
1,2,3,4; International Relations Club 3; Alliance Francaise 
1,2,3,4; Fine Arts Committee 3,4. 

Elizabeth e. costello, December 2 3 
48 Womantam Lane, Cumberland, R. I. 
Regina Players 4; Maria Regina Sodality 3,4; International 
Relations Club 3; Legion of Mary 1,2,3,4; Pell Internship 3. 



Gertrude M. crowley, October 2 
410 Manor Drive, Warwick, R. I. 
Area Club 3,4; Commuters Club 3. 

SALLYANNE N. DEIMANTAS, April 7 

92 8 Highland Avenue, Waterbury, Conn. 
International Relations Club 1; Student Council 2 (Resident 
Representative) ; Chairman Freshman Cotillion 1; Chairman 
Sophomore Dance 2. 

audrey j. deliniks, February 2 8 

19 Congress Avenue, Waterbury, Conn. 
Area Club 1; Queen's Choristers 1; Sociology Club 2,3,4; 
Student Nurses' Organization 1,2; R. I. Student Nurses' 
Assn. 1,2. 

ida a. del vecchio, September 5 

134 Central Avenue, Johnston, R. I. 

Commuters Club 2; Sociology Club 3,4; Student Nurses' 

Organization 1. 

Kathleen M. dillon, November 1 1 

54 Lyndhurst Avenue, Providence, R. I. 
Providence Area Club 2,3,4; Regina Players 1,2,3; Maria 
Regina Sodality 1,2,3,4; International Relations Club 2,3,4 
(Treasurer 4); Women's Recreation Association 2; Ebb 
Tide Staff 1,2,3,4 (Co-editor 2, Feature Editor 4); Regina 
Maris Staff 4 (Co-editor); Campus Critique 1,2,3; Dean's 
List 1,2,3; Student Council 3,4 (Treasurer 3, Resident Rep- 
resentative 4); House Council 1 (Vice-President 1); Pell 
Internship 3; Sigma Phi Sigma 2,3,4 (President 4); Class 
Treasurer 1,2; Revisions Committee 3,4; Fine Arts Com- 
mittee 3; Inter-Club Council 4 (Co-chairman); Honors 
Colloquium 1. 

MADORA J. DOHERTY, June 1 3 

905 South Ocean Avenue, Seaside Park, N. J. 
Biology Club 3,4 (Vice-President 3 ) ; El Circulo Espanol 1; 
Women's Recreation Association 2,3,4; Ebb Tide Staff 1,4; 
Cheerleading 2,3,4 (Co-captain 3, Coach 4). 
Frances j. donahue, November 16 
184 Canton Street, Providence, R. I. 

Providence Area Club 1,2,3,4; Queen's Choristers 1; Maria 
Regina Sodality 1,2,3,4; International Relations Club 2,3; 
Alliance Francaise 1,2; Ebb Tide Staff 2,3; Campus Critique 
1,2,3,4. 

MARY L. DONNELLY, July 13 

12 86 Smith Street, Providence, R. I. 

Providence Area Club 2,3; Art Club 2; Commuters Club 
1,2,3; Regina Maris Staff 4 (Editor); Campus Critique 
1,2,3,4; Dean's List 1,2,3; Sigma Phi Sigma 2,3,4; S.N.E.A. 
4; Fine Arts Committee 4; Honors Colloquium 1. 

ANN E. eccles, November 19 

2 5 Moonachie Road, Hackensack, N. J. 

Area Club 2,3; Regina Players 1; International Relations 
Club 3,4; Commuters Club 2; Alliance Francaise 3,4; Cam- 
pus Critique 2; Dean's List 1; Fine Arts Committee 3,4. 

Catherine e. ellis, August 2 5 

104 Perron Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 

Fall River Area Club 1,2,3,4; Maria Regina Sodality 1,2; 

Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; C.C.D. 1,2. 

carol a. fairhurst, December 14 
337 Main Road, Tiverton, R. I. 

Fall River Area Club 2,3,4 (Secretary 2, President 3) ; Com- 
muters Club 1,2,3,4; Regina Maris Staff 4 (Editor); Sigma 
Phi Sigma 3,4; Dean's List 1,2,4. 

JANET S. FARRELL, July 21 

162 Irving Avenue, Providence, R. I. 
Commuters Club 1,2. 
cheryl a. foster, November 19 

1 5 Ninth Street, East Providence, R. I. 

Maria Regina Sodality 3,4; Campus Critique 3,4. 



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CYNTHIA A. franco, June 9 

782 Plymouth Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 

Fall River Area Club 1,2; Regina Players 3,4; International 

Relations Club 4; Commuters Club 1,2; Ebb Tide Staff 3,4 

(Editorial Board 4); Campus Critique 3; Dean's List 1; 

Student Council 4 (N.F.C.C.S. Representative) ; Social 

Committee 4. 
mary a. geary, October 13 

21 Conanicus Avenue, Jamestown, R. I. 

Area Club 1,2,3; Regina Players 1,2; Commuters Club 2,3; 

Alliance Francaise 2,3. 
noreen a. golden, January 21 

476 Park Avenue, Cranston, R. I. 

Maria Regina Sodality 1; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2, 

3,4 (Treasurer 3); R. I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4; 

Dean's List 1,2; Class Secretary 1. 
louise a. gomes, August 14 

1049 West Main Road, Portsmouth, R. I. 

International Relations Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2; 

Sociology Club 2,3,4. 
GAIL a. greer, July 26 

13 Burdick Avenue, Newport, R. I. 

Newport Area Club 3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3; El Circulo 

Espanol 1,2,3,4; Dean's List 3; C.C.D. 1,2,3 (President of 

Teachers' Division); Legion of Mary 1,2,3,4 (Treasurer 1, 

Vice-president 2, President 3). 
paulette m. guthrie, October 1 1 

180 Vernon Avenue, Middletown, R. I. 

Newport Area Club 2,3,4 (Corresponding Secretary 3); 

Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; Regina Maris Staff 4 (Business 

Manager); Class Treasurer 3; Class Vice-President 4; Co- 
chairman Junior Ring Weekend 3. 

dona m. hackman, October 10 

180 Miantonomo Drive, Warwick, R. I. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4; Regina Players 1,2,3,4; El Circulo Es- 
panol 1,2,3,4; Social Committee 1,2.. 

jean a. havens. July 13 

Macht Road, Columbia, Conn. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Regina Players 1,2,3,4; Alliance Fran- 
caise 1,2,3,4. 

pauline L. heneault, December 2 
476 Dulude Avenue, Woonsocket, R. I. 

Area Club 2; Art Club 2; Queen's Choristers 1; Regina 
Players 1,2,3,4; Alliance Francaise 1,2,3,4 (President 3); 
Dean's List 2,3; Sigma Phi Sigma 2,3,4. 

jane M. herron, November 20 
6 Porter Avenue, Malone, N. Y. 

Area Club 3,4; Queen's Choristers 1; Sociology Club 2,3,4; 
Alliance Francaise 2 (Treasurer 2); Ebb Tide Staff 1; 
Dean's List 1,2; House Council 2,3,4 (Treasurer 3, Secre- 
tary 4); Sigma Phi Sigma 2,3,4 (Secretary 4). 

marylou hofmann, December 12 
4 Lakecrest Drive, Warwick, R. I. 

Area Club 2,3; Queen's Choristers 1; Regina Players 1,2,3,4; 
International Relations Club 4; Alliance Francaise 2,3,4; 
Dean's List 1,2,3. 

jane f. horan, May 6 

179 River Road, Lincoln, R. I. 

Commuters Club 1,2,3; Ebb Tide Staff 2,3,4 (Co-editor 2) ; 

Regina Maris Staff 4; Student Council 1 (Representative 

1). 

anne R. hurley, January 2 8 

39 Thorndyke Road, Worcester, Mass. 

Area Club 2; Queen's Choristers 1,2; Student Nurses' Or- 
ganization 1,2,3,4; R.I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

Pamela a. Hutchinson, October 17 

44 Miantonomi Avenue, Middletown, R. I. 
Commuters Club 1,2; Dean's List 3; C.C.D. 1,2,3,4 (Presi- 
dent 3); Legion of Mary 1,2,3,4 (Treasurer 2,3,4); Sigma 
Phi Sigma 2,3,4. 



janet c. interrante, November 17 
204 West Main Street, Milford, Conn. 

Area Club 2; Queen's Choristers 1,2; Student Nurses' Or- 
ganization 1,2,3,4 (R.I. Delegate 3,4) ; R.I. Student Nurses' 
Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

sandra L. jarret, October 17 

Anawan Cliffs, Narragansett, R. I. 

Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President 3, 
President 4): R.I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4; Student 
Council 1; Basketball Team 1; Class President 1. 

phyllis L. kipp, May 30 

45 Shore Avenue, Oyster Bay, N. Y. 

Area Club 2,3; El Circulo Espanol 1,2; Women's Recreation 
Association 2,3; Regina Maris Staff 4 (Editor); Student 
Council 3,4; House Council 3,4 (President 3,4); House 
Presidents' Council 3,4 (Secretary 3, President 4); S.N.E.A. 
4; Revisions Committee 4; Fine Arts Committee 2. 

ingrid c. kokborg, September 1 5 
99 Ridgewood Drive, Mystic, Conn. 

Queen's Choristers 1,2; Regina Players 3,4; International 
Relations Club 1; Alliance Francaise 1,2,3,4 (Treasurer 4) ; 
El Circulo Espanol 3,4; Regina Maris Staff 4; Student Coun- 
cil 4; Social Committee 1,2,3,4 (Chairman 4); Fine Arts 
Committee 3 (Chairman 3). 

Patricia a. kolarsick, March 2 3 

251 Sycamore Avenue, Shrewsbury, N. J. 

Queen's Choristers 1,2,4; Student Nurses' Organization 

1,2,3,4; R.I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4; Dean's List 

1,2,3. 

sharon E. kopchik, February 9 

5 West Road, Ansonia, Conn. 

Area Club 1,2; Queen's Choristers 1,2; Maria Regina So- -- 
dality 1,2,3; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R.I. 
Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

MAUREEN M. LALIBERTE, August 16 

424 Walcott Avenue, Middletown, R. I. 
Newport Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3; Home 
Economics Club 2,3,4. 
vivian L. lamothe, December 18 

6 57 Penn Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Fall River Area Club 2,3,4 (Publicity Chairman 3, Vice- 
President 4) ; Biology Club 3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4. 

lynne d. leahy, February 8 

2006 Columbia Pike, Arlington, Va. 

Area Club 3,4; Art Club 3; Regina Players 3,4; Commuters 

Club 1,2; W.R.A. 1. 

NANCY M. lee, May 9 

623 Jefferson Street, Westbury, N. Y. 

Area Club 1,2; Art Club 2; Ebb Tide Staff 4 (Editorial 
Board); Campus Critique 1,2,3,4; Dean's List 1,2,3; Sigma 
Phi Sigma 2,3,4; Class Secretary 2. 

joanne m. Leonard, February 4 
68 Lewis Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 

Maria Regina Sodality 1,2,3,4 (Prefect 4>; C.C.D. 2,3; 
Student Council 4; Sigma Phi Sigma 3,4; Class Treasurer 4. 

ann m. lepkowski, September 2 

5 1 South Broad Street, Meriden, Conn. 

Regina Players 1,3,4; Maria Regina Sodality 1,2,3,4 (Vice- 
Prefect 3); Ebb Tide Staff 3; Campus Critique 2,3; Dean's 
List 2,3; C.C.D. 2,3; Sigma Phi Sigma 2,3,4 (Vice-President 
4); Class President 3. 

ann m. loscocco, November 18 

Cliftons Lane, Reigate Heath, Surrey, England 
Art Club 2,3; International Relations Club 2; Sociology 
Club 2,4; Mission Unit 2,3,4 (Treasurer 3, President 4); 
Campus Critique 3; Fine Arts Committee 3,4. 

CHERYL M. MARTIN, August 1 1 

89 Doolittle Court, Somerset, Mass. 

Fall River Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; 
Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R.I. Student Nurses' 
Assn. 1,2,3,4. 



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mary E. martin, June 23 

1320 Princeton Road, Teaneck, N. J. 

Biology Club 3,4; Regina Players 3,4; Maria Regina Sodality 
1; Sociology Club 2,4; Campus Critique 2; R.I. Student 
Nurses' Assn. 1; Dean's List 2; House Council 1 (President 

!)• 
eileen M. mc cusker, December 30 
12 Eastman Avenue, Foxboro, Mass. 

International Relations Club 3; Mission Unit 1,2,3,4 (Presi- 
dent 3); C.C.D. 1,2; Sigma Phi Sigma 3,4. 

janice a. mc gillick, November 21 
515 Brayton Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 

Fall River Area Club 2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3; Dean's 
List 2; Sigma Phi Sigma 2,3,4; S.N.E.A. 4. 

joyce a. mc goldrick, September 13 
206 Highbrook Avenue, Pelham, N. Y. 
Area Club 1,2,3,4; House Council 3,4 (Secretary 3); 
S.N.E.A. 4. 

carole j. medeiros, August 22 
40 High Street, Bristol, R. I. 
Fall River Area Club 2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4. 

Lorraine s. mello, November 6 

171 Norman Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Fall River Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; 

El Circulo Espanol 1,2,3,4. 

Patricia c. mello, June 27 

174 Davis Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Fall River Area Club 2,3,4 (Secretary 4); Commuters 
Club 2,3,4; El Circulo Espanol 2; Ebb Tide Staff 4; Regina 
Maris Staff 4 (Typist). 

Patricia a. moher, January 2 5 

159 Linden Avenue, Branford, Conn. 

Area Club 1,2; Maria Regina Sodality 1,2,3,; W.R.A. 1; 
Mission Unit 1,2,3 (Secretary 2); Student Nurses' Organi- 
zation 1,2,3,4; R.I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4; Cheer- 
leader 1. 

SHEILA M. MORAN, July 8 

2 8 Woodside Drive, Orange, Conn. 

Area Club 1,2; Queen's Choristers 1,2; Maria Regina So- 
dality 1,2,3; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R.I. 
Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4 (Second Vice-President 4). 

BARBARA P. NATELLA, April 22 

166 Devoe Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Queen's Choristers 1; Regina Players 4; 
El Circulo Espanol 1,2,3,4 (Secretary-Treasurer 2); House 
Council 3; Sigma Delta Pi 3,4. 

evelyn M. nerone, November 4 

21 Bullock's Point Avenue, Riverside, R. I. 
Queen's Choristers 1,2; Maria Regina Sodality 1,2,3,4 (Sec- 
retary 2) ; Regina Maris Staff 4; Campus Critique 1; Dean's 
List 1,2; Sigma Phi Sigma 3,4; S.N.E.A. 4. 

katherine m. nolan, January 4 
77 Hilltop Avenue, Providence, R. I. 

International Relations Club 2,3,4; Commuters Club 1; 
Campus Critique 2,3,4; S.N.E.A. 4. 

Elizabeth c. o'connell, January 19 

87 Wilson Avenue, East Providence, R. I. 

Maria Regina Sodality 1,2,3,4; Campus Critique 1; Dean's 

List 1,2,3; Sigma Phi Sigma 2,3,4. 

BARBARA E. OSTHEIMER, April 3 

220 Birch Road, Longmeadow, Mass. 

Area Club 2,3; Queen's Choristers 1,2; Student Nurses' 

Organization 1,2,3,4; R.I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

elaine a. paiva, October 7 

3 5 Magill Street, Pawtucket, R. I. 

Area Club 3,4; El Circulo Espanol 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President 

3, President 4); Sigma Delta Pi 3,4. 



MICHELE M. PAQUET, April 2 5 

8 86 Robeson Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Fall River Area Club 1,2,3,4; Regina Players 4; Commuters 
Club 1,2,3; Alliance Francaise 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President 3, 
President 4); El Circulo Espanol 3, 4; Class Vice-President 
1,2,3; Class Secretary 4. 

dona M. pardo, December 24 
23 Bogert Road, Demarest, N. J. 

Area Club 2; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R.I. 
Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

ANN I. phelan, June 14 

16 Old Fort Road, Newport, R.I. 

Newport Area Club 3,4 (Recording Secretary 4); Art 

Club 3; Commuters Club 1,2,3; Ebb Tide Staff 2 (Art 

Staff); Regina Maris Staff 4; Student Council 3,4 (Junior 

Representative 3, Vice-President 4); Fine Arts Committee 

2,3,4. 

Natalie R. pozzi, February 10 

183 Prospect Street, Phillipsburg, N. J. 
Area Club 1,2; Queen's Choristers 1,2; Student Nurses' Or- 
ganization 1,2,3,4; R.I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

diane j. pratt, October 12 

61 Hobson Avenue, Tiverton, R. I. 

Fall River Area Club 1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3; Stu- 
dent Council 4 (Senior Representative). 

maria a. racioppi, September 5 

101 New London Avenue, West Warwick, R. I. 
Commuters Club 1,2; Alliance Francaise 1,2,3,4 (Secretary 
3); El Circulo Espanol 2,3,4. 

eleanor L. raquier, February 16 
80 Main Street, Manville, R. I. 

W.R.A. 1; Student Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R.I. Stu- 
dent Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

helen M. Reynolds, January 24 
185 Pine Street, Waterbury, Conn. 

Area Club 2,3,4 (Treasurer 3) ; Art Club 2; Regina Players 
4; Maria Regina Sodality 2,3,4; International Relations Club 
2,3,4; W.R.A. 2,3; House Council 3,4 (President 3, Vice- 
President 4); Cheerleading 2; S.N.E.A. 4. 

susan m. riordan, August 1 5 

145 Buddington Road, Shelton, Conn. 

Area Club 2,3; Queen's Choristers 1,2; El Circulo Espanol 

1,2,3,4; Mission Unit 2,3 (Vice-President 3); C.C.D. 1,2. 

MAUREEN A. rotondo, August 9 

3 Rhode Island Avenue, North Providence, R. I. 
Art Club 2,3; Queen's Choristers 1,2; Alliance Francaise 
1,2,3,4; Mission Unit 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President 4); Campus 
Critique 1,3; Fine Arts Committee 3,4. 

dorothy m. rottmund, June 2 3 
1075 River Road, Potomac, Md. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4 (Chairman 3,4); Queen's Choristers 1; 
W.R.A. 1,2,3,4 (Vice-President 4); House Council 1,2 
(Secretary 1, Vice-President 2); Basketball Team 1,2,3,4 
(Co-captain 4). 

GERTRUDE J. STE. MARIE, July 28 

12 89 South Main Street, Fall River, Mass. 
Fall River Area Club 2,3,4; Biology Club 3,4 (President 
3,4); Commuters Club 2,3,4; Campus Critique 3; Dean's 
List 2,3; Sigma Phi Sigma 3,4; Library Committee 4. 

JOAN e. scarritt, July 14 

42 Welton Street, Waterbury, Conn. 

Area Club 2,3; Maria Regina Sodality 1,2,3,4; Sociology 

Club 2,3,4 (President 4); Dean's List 3. 
mary e. schwartz, May 29 

99 Old Fort Road, Newport, R. I. 

Newport Area Club 1,2,3,4; International Relations Club 

1,2,3,4; Commuters Club 1,2,3,4; Sociology Club 2,3; El 

Circulo Espanol 3; Mission Unit 2,3,4; Social Committee 

1,2,3; Lay Apostolate to Kansas, 1965. 



louise m. scola, December 3 1 

2 5 Lyndhurst Avenue, Providence, R. I. 

Commuters Club 1,2; El Circulo Espanol 2,3,4; Sigma 

Delta Pi 3,4. 
MARGARET K. shawcross, August 13 

796 Douglas Avenue, Providence, R. I. 

Providence Area Club 2,3,4; Commuters Club 2,3; Alliance 

Francaise 2,3,4. 
susan J. sparks, April 26 

9811 Singleton Drive, Bethesda, Md. 

Area Club 1,2,3,4; Queen's Choristers 1; Alliance Francaise 

2,3; Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 (Secretary 3, President 

4); Regina Maris Staff 4; C.C.D. 1,2; Student Council 

3,4; Class President 4. 
susan I. sulc, August 3 

116 Ruggles Avenue, Newport, R. I. 



Barbara j. sullivan, October 28 

5 Hammond Street, Newport, R. I. 

Area Club 1 ; Commuters Club 1 ; Student Nurses' Organi- 
zation 1,2,3,4; R.I. Student Nurses' Assn. 1,2,3,4. 

jean M. vargas, July 7 

133 Rice Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 

Fall River Area Club 1,2,3,4 (Secretary 3); Commuters 

Club 1,2,3. 

katherine m. walsh, September 24 
64 Bateman Avenue, Newport, R. I. 

Newport Area Club 1; Commuters Club 1,2; Student 
Nurses' Organization 1,2,3,4; R.I. Student Nurses' Assn. 
1,2,3,4; Student Council 2; Co-Chairman Freshman Cotil- 
lion 1. 

SHEILA M. WHITLOCK, April 29 

8 Calvert Street, Newport, R. I. 

Newport Area Club 3,4; Commuters Club 3,4. 



CLASS OF 19 6 7 



SUSAN ALEIXO 

1 1 Benefit Street, Taunton, Massachusetts 

SUSAN E. ALLELY 

41 Charter Road, Rockville, Connecticut 

MARY ELLEN AVERY 

5 Cummings Avenue, Concord, New Hampshire 

PAMELA A. BARRY 

Shields Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

MARY ANN BELL 

2 Whitman Road, Waltham, Massachusetts 

K. MICHOL BESTOSO 

66 Bliss Road, Newport, Rhode Island 

MARIANNE BIZZINSKI 

68 Wollaston Street, Cranston 10, Rhode Island 

GAIL E. BOCHENECK 

78 Vreeland Avenue, Paterson, New Jersey 

MARY C. BROWN 

180 Claflin Street, Belmont, Massachusetts 

SUSAN BURNHAM 

140-A Bellevue Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 02840 

MARY LOUISE CAPUANO 

82 Volturno Street, North Providence 4, Rhode Island 

SUSAN J. CARROLL 

430 Prospect Street, Woonsocket, Rhode Island 

ELIZABETH CARTER 

29 Kay Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

GAIL CATABIA 

724 Dark Street, Swansea, Massachusetts 

MARIANNE C. CAVANAUGH 

62 Garden Drive, Riverside 15, Rhode Island 

JANICE C. CHENAIL 

137 Pleasant Street, North Adams, Massachusetts 

JEAN M. CLAMPET 

46 Cavalla Court, Submarine Base, New London, Connecti- 
cut 

MARGARET M. CLARK 

623 Union Avenue, Framingham Centre, Massachusetts 

ELEANOR A. CLINGHAM 

43 Elton Street, Providence 6, Rhode Island 

ANN-MARIE CORRIERA 

54 Berkeley Court, Middletown, Rhode Island 

MARY H. CRAWFORD 

175 Columbia Avenue, Cranston, Rhode Island 

JACQUELINE S. CUNNINGHAM 

46 Terrell Road, Waterbury, Connecticut 

PHYLLIS A. CURRIER 

84 Alden Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts 

ROSEMARY J. DAULKE 

118 Dryden Drive, Meriden, Connecticut 



NANCY M. DAVIS 

178 Shawmut Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

PATRICIA A. DE LISLE 

79 Welfare Avenue, Warwick, Rhode Island 

JOYCE T. DE LUCA 

6 Chilton Street, Bristol, Rhode Island 

ANDREA H. DI GIAMMO 

367 Westhill Avenue, Somerset, Massachusetts 

REGINA DOLAN 

207 Lexington Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 

KATHLEEN DONNELLY 

447 Elm Street, Warwick, Rhode Island 

ELIZABETH A. DONOHUE 

310 Pleasant Street, Paxton, Massachusetts 

ANN MARIE DONOVAN 

216 Linwood Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 

ROBERTA E. DOOLAN 

72 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 

PATRICIA E. DUCH 

Harbor View Terrace, Stonington, Connecticut 

CONSTANCE J. DUFFY 

97 Weeden Drive, Warwick, Rhode Island 

SUSAN K. DUMAIS 

140 Berube Avenue, Somerset, Massachusetts 

SUSAN M. ELLIS 

East Wharf Road, Madison, Connecticut 

LAURA FANNING 

23 Narragansett Avenue, Tiverton, Rhode Island 

PATRICIA V. FEELEY 

56 Broad Street, Ashaway, Rhode Island 

JUDITH A. FERRARINI 

60 Boyce Avenue, Pawtucket, Rhode Island 

SARA ANN FITZGERALD * 

149 Fountain Street, New Haven, Connecticut 

ELIZABETH L. FLANNERY 

8 5 24 Arran Road, Richmond 3 5, Virginia 

JANE M. FLEMING 

3 8-44 Regatta Place, Douglaston, New York 

MARY ELLEN FLEMING 

77 Richard Eger Drive, Holyoke, Massachusetts 

ANGELA M. FOLEY 

32 5 Snell Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

JANET E. FOLEY 

41 Plain Street, Randolph, Massachusetts 

ELIZABETH A. FONTANELLA 

62 Bee Street, Meriden, Connecticut 

GERALDINE A. GEARON 

448 Gaskill Street, Woonsocket, Rhode Island 

ANN MARY GIBBONS 

48 Interlocken Road, East Providence, Rhode Island 



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JOAN M. GODIN 

28 Hilltop Avenue, Providence 8, Rhode Island 

ANN GOODWIN 

2 86 Norwood Avenue, Cranston, Rhode Island 

MARCIA GOULDING 

2 North Orchard Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts 

JOAN A. GREEN 

214 Tiogue Avenue, West Warwick, Rhode Island 

CAROL GRIFFIN 

118 Washington Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 

ADRIENNE I. GUILMETTE 

22 Annandale Road, Newport, Rhode Island 

JANE T. HARRINGTON 

77 Middleton Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

MIRENE P. HAZEBROUCK 

615 Mendon Road, Woonsocket, Rhode Island 

MADELEINE HEBERT 

549 Tucker Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

JOAN P. HENRY 

160 William Souza Road, Tiverton, Rhode Island 

JEAN HOLLAND 

5 26 Highland Road, Tiverton, Rhode Island 

ELLEN M. HORROCKS 

4 Wood Street, Fairhaven, Massachusetts 

KATHLEEN M. HUGHES 

81 Pine Grove Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts 

NANCY E. HULING 

873 Tillinghast Road, East Greenwich, Rhode Island 

DIANA R. JACKSON 

281 Market Street, Warren, Rhode Island 

KATHLEEN E. KEHOE 

40 Linwood Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 

VERONICA M. KELLY 

Stevenson Place, Newport, Rhode Island 

NORMA KELVEY, R.N. 

3 Convent Street, Providence, Rhode Island 

KATHLEEN KENNEY 

179 Village Street, Medway, Massachusetts 

JANE F. KIERNAN 

26 Melrose Road, Mountain Lakes, New Jersey 

JEANNE M. KIRBY 

20 Inverness Road, Swansea, Massachusetts 

ANNE M. LANCELLOTTI 

40 Rosedale Street, Providence, Rhode Island 

ADRIAN T. LAPP 

43 8 Summit Avenue, Cedarhurst, New York 

JOANNE MARY LARSEN 

Nassau, New York 12123 

CECILE A. LEVESQUE 

1154 South Main Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

JENNIFER A. LINENDALL 

109 Page Avenue, Bristol, Connecticut 

LORRAINE M. LONARDO 

1391 Narragansett Boulevard, Edgewood, Rhode Island 

JOYCE P. LUONGO 

763 Plymouth Avenue, Fall River, Massachusetts 

PAULA LYNCH 

2 5 Dexter Street, Woonsocket, Rhode Island 

SARAH A. MANNING 

20 Stanley Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

DOROTHY ANN MARCELLO 

87 Maple Avenue, Barrington, Rhode Island 

CAROLE A. MARRA 

21 Stratford Court, Cohoes, New York 

MARGARET R. MARRA 

21 Stratford Court, Cohoes, New York 

MARY ANN MARTIN 

156 Middle Road, Portsmouth, Rhode Island 

SHARON A. MARTIN 

1320 Princeton Road, Teaneck, New Jersey 

ROSALYN A. MARTONE 

606 Maple Avenue, Barrington, Rhode Island 

THERESA A. MARZILLI 

26 Celestia Avenue, Cranston 10, Rhode Island 



DENISE M. MATHIEU 

22 Canterbury Turnpike, Norwich, Connecticut 

SARAH A. MATHISON 

144 Coggeshall Avenue Newport, Rhode Island 

JOANNE P. MATTIAS 

170 Pulaski Street, West Warwick, Rhode Island 

M. SHEILA MC ALEER 

2 3 Wildrose Court, Warwick, Rhode Island 

ELIZABETH M. MC CABE 

122 Cleveland Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island 

MARY-LOU H. MC CARTHY 

1180 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington 74, Massachusetts 

KAREN A. MC CARTY 

90 Rounds Avenue, Riverside 15, Rhode Island 

CATHLEEN MC CAUGHERY 

81 Ayrault Street, Providence 8, Rhode Island 

HOPE M. MC DONALD 

493 Pleasant Valley Parkway, Providence, Rhode Island 

KATHLEEN A. MC EVOY 

46 Radcliffe Road, Belmont 78, Massachusetts 

HELEN M. MC GRANE 

207 Gray Street, Providence, Rhode Island 

MARY JO MC MAHON 

3 58 Grand Street, Westbury, New York 

DOROTHY MILLINGTON 

6 Toppa Boulevard, Newport, Rhode Island 

PATRICIA A. MOONEY 

42-30 Hampton Street, Elmhurst, New York 11373 

JOAN MARIE MULLARE 

24 Braemoor Road, Brockton, Massachusetts 

ALLEGRA MUNSON 

5 Harbor View Court, Middletown, Rhode Island 

JOAN MUROS 

24 Fessenden Street, Newtonville, Massachusetts 02160 

ANN-MARIE MURPHY 

3 5 59 Stephen Lane, Wantagh, New York 

DOROTHY L. MURPHY 

32 3 5 Riverside Avenue, Somerset, Massachusetts 

KATHLEEN M. MURRAY 

81 Roseneath Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

LESLIE A. MURTHA 

63 Avon Mountain Road, Avon, Connecticut 

MARGARET M. NEALON 

824 Glenmere Road, Fairfax, Virginia 

MARGARET NERONE 

21 Bullock's Point Avenue, Riverside 15, Rhode Island 

SUZANNE E. NEVILLE 

2309 North Washington Avenue, Scranton, Pennsylvania 

MARY F. O'BRIEN 

121 Ruggles Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

NANCY E. O'DONNELL 

41 Kingsford Avenue, Riverside, Rhode Island 

MARLENE OGRODNIK 

760 Reservoir Avenue, Cranston, Rhode Island 

JANICE J. ORFORD, R.N. 

265 Lonsdale Avenue, Pawtucket, Rhode Island 

SHARON P. O'TOOLE 

155 Coleman Road, Wethersfield 9, Connecticut 

A. CLAIRE OUELLETTE 

36 South Court, Tiverton, Rhode Island 

BARBARA A. OUIMET 

77 Calumet Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts 

JUDITH M. PAILTHORPE 

42 5 River Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 

GERALDINE PALUMBO 

77 Cathedral Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 

PAULA E. PANDOLFE 

2 8 Pasture Trail, Wethersfield, Connecticut 

BEVERLY A. PETTINE 

8 Mohill Street, Swansea, Massachusetts 

VALERIE C. PIKOR 

61 Gillette Street, West Hartford, Connecticut 

CONSTANCE A. QUIRK 

47 Woodman Street, Providence, Rhode Island 



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SUZANNE E. REARDON 

12 8 Connection Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

CARROLLE M. RINALDI 

1726 Mt. Pleasant Avenue, Providence 8, Rhode Island 

MARY ANN ROCHE, R.N. 

110 Van Zandt Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

PATRICIA R. ROSSI 

22 Union Street, Warren, Rhode Island 

CHERYL A. RUSSO 

527 Eaton Street, Providence, Rhode Island 

KATHLEEN RYAN 

139 Miller Avenue, Meriden, Connecticut 

MARTHA RYAN 

6 Cherry Hill, Holyoke, Massachusetts 

MARY LOUISE RYAN 

113 Beech Street, Cranford, New Jersey 

MYRNA E. SANTIAGO 

St. Vincent Home, 2 860 North Main Street, Fall River, 
Massachusetts 

SUSAN SANTOS 

934 Mountain Avenue, Mountainside, New Jersey 

MARGARET S. SCAHILL 

188 Main Street, West Medway, Massachusetts 

SANDRA A. SCALLY 

32 Terrace Avenue, Naugatuck, Connecticut 

DONNA L. SCHAFFER 

2 5 Ward Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

CATHERINE M. SCIARROTTA 

50 Kay Boulevard, Newport, Rhode Island 

CAMILLE SERVANT 

675 Hope Street, Bristol, Rhode Island 

SUSAN L. SHEA 

166 Ray Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

BARBARA J. SHERRY 

141 Woodhaven Road, Pawtucket, Rhode Island 

GERALDINE M. SIMONS 

1643 County Street, Somerset, Massachusetts 



MARY LEE SMITH 

51 Valley Road, Middletown, Rhode Island 

CHARLOTTE A. SOUSA 

269 Walcott Avenue, Middletown, Rhode Island 

LORRAINE E. SPERO 

6 5 Second Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

SANDRA B. STEEL 

171 Eustis Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

BARBARA J. SULLIVAN 

42 Cleveland Avenue, Brockton, Massachusetts 

MICHELLE SULLIVAN 

Coggeshall Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

MARY P. SUTTON 

107 Taber Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 

LENORE A. SWENSON 

37 Othmar Street, Narragansett, Rhode Island 028 82 

CAROLYN SYLVIA 

346 Broadway, Newport, Rhode Island 

BEVERLY A. TAVARES 

16 Garden Street, Portsmouth, Rhode Island 

SARAH THOMAS, R.N. 

92 Modena Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 

BEVERLY E. URSILLO 

4 Ray Street, Johnston, Rhode Island 

EVELYN VAILLANCOURT 

2 Princeton Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

JOAN ANN WELSH 

11 Whelden Avenue, East Providence, Rhode Island 

JUDITH WHITE 

17 Pierce Road, Belmont, Massachusetts 

CAROLYN L. WOOD 

501 Main Road, Westport. Massachusetts 

ELEANOR A. WOODS 

41 Riverview Terrace, Suflfield, Connecticut 

MARILYN J. WORST 

1961 East 29th Street, Brooklyn 29, New York 

ANN-TERESE WRIGHT 

72 Bridge Street, Warren, Rhode Island 



CLASS OF 196 



BEATRICE A. ABRAHAM 

324 Nash Road, New Bedford, Massachusetts 

MARY A. ADAMS 

25 5 Chase Street, North Dighton, Massachusetts 

MADELINE G. AMARELLO 

106 Wilbur Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

JEANNINE G. ANCTIL 

120 Bardsley Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

ELAINE ANDERSON 

Pinehurst Road, Bristol, Connecticut 

ANDREA M. ARCAND 

21 Parker Road, Wellesley, Massachusetts 

LINDA J. ARMAO 

3 3 Lyndhurst Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 

PATRICIA A. AUBIN 

1 5 Longfellow Road, Watertown, Massachusetts 

DONNA J. BAILEY 

49 Slade Street, Belmont, Massachusetts 

JEAN M. BALBONI 

462 Main Street, Bridgewater, Massachusetts 

SHEILA L. BANIGAN 

1618 Broad Street, Cranston 5, Rhode Island 

BEVERLY A. BARBOZA 

581 Ashley Boulevard, New Bedford, Massachusetts 

BONNIE J. BARRON 

1151 Brighton Avenue, Portland, Maine 

HELEN H. BASSETT 

24 Fern Circle, Brockton, Massachusetts 

SHARON L. BENBENEK 

1 Hancock Road, Barrington, Rhode Island 



ANNE M. BENEDICT 

Old Northfield Road, Thomaston, Connecticut 

FRANCINE BESTOSO 

66 Bliss Road, Newport, Rhode Island 

SYLVIA M. BLOUNT, R.N. 

56 Home Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 0290! 

CAROL R. BORELLA 

661 Prospect Avenue, Ridgefield, New Jersey 

JANET M. BREAUGH 

355 Club Road, Stamford, Connecticut 

JANE A. BRODIE 

75 Burnside Street, Cranston 10, Rhode Island 

EILEEN BROWN 

19 Palmer Street, Newport, Rhode Island 02 840 

JOAN M. BURKE 

178 Douglas Road, Warwick, Rhode Island 

JUDITH L. BURNS 

8 Penrod Avenue, Riverside, Rhode Island 

KATHLEEN A. BURTT 

76 Juniper Drive, Springfield, Massachusetts 

LESLIE A. CALANDRA 

904 Hope Street, Bristol, Rhode Island 

BARBARA A. CARLSEN 

c/o Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Silveira 

13 Maple Avenue, Middletown, Rhode Island 

BARBARA M. CASEY 

1416 Wapping Road, Middletown, Rhode Island 

ANNETTE E. CHAI-HONG 

Corpus Christi Carmel 

21 Battery Street, Newport, Rhode Island 



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GISELA I. CHANDECK 

Apartado 665, Panama, Rep. de Panama 

LORRAINE L. CHASSE 

31 Brookdale Street, Wolcott, Connecticut 

ARLENE J. CIPRIANO 

17 Hillview Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut 

CYNTHIA A. CLAIRMONT 

161 Salmon Street, Manchester, New Hampshire 

THERESE J. CLEMENT 

171 Hunter Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

CAROL A. CONBOY 

4 Sherbrooke Road, Barrington, Rhode Island 

MARY-LOUISE CONNELLY 

71 Tumblebrook Drive, Milford, Connecticut 

LOLLI A. CONNERTON 

3 1 Annandale Road, Newport, Rhode Island 

KATHLEEN S. CONNOLLY 

Box 3 5 

Craigville Beach Road, West Hyannisport, Massachusetts 

NANCY A. COSTELLO 

Diamond Hill R.D. #3, Cumberland, Rhode Island 

MARY M. COUGHLAN 

636 Mitchell Lane, Middletown, Rhode Island 

ANITA M. COUTO 

Rua Particular, Casa de Rouxinol, Cascais, Portugal 

MARY E. CROSS 

130 Hood Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

MARY E. CROWLEY 

81 Butler Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts 02744 

CLAUDETTE A. CUICCIO 

111 Progress Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 

JOHNINE T. CUMMINGS 

1530 Quincy Avenue, Dunmore, Pennsylvania 

JOANNE D. CURCIO 

578 Maple Street, Wethersfield, Connecticut 

MARY A. D'ANGELO 

132 Old County Road, Esmond, Rhode Island 

PAULA DAVEY 

Glen Road, Portsmouth, Rhode Island 

CYNTHIA H. DE MELLO 

440 Orchard Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts 02740 

SUSANNE M. DERHAM 

21 Nancy Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island 

HELEN J. DE SILVIA 

44 Harrison Street, Taunton, Massachusetts 

PAMELA J. DE WITT 

23-14 Watkins Avenue, Fairlawn, New Jersey 

DONNA M. DOMBROWSKI 

240 North Avenue, Abington, Massachusetts 

MARY E. DOWD 

72 Tardy Lane, Wantagh, New York 

NANCY A. DOWD 

105 Brooks Street, Worcester, Massachusetts 

MARGARET A. DOYLE 

36 Bentwood Road, West Hartford, Connecticut 

ANNE M. DRURY 

1 Slade Street, Somerset, Massachusetts 

MARGARET DUESING 

14 Bigelow Circle, Warwick, Rhode Island 

SUSAN A. DUNPHY 

214 Plymouth Street, Whitman, Massachusetts 

SUSAN A. EDWARD 

916 West Main Road, Middletown, Rhode Island 

SANDRA L. FERLAND 

1 5 Westfield Avenue, Danielson, Connecticut 

DEIRDRE E. FIELD 

30 South Montowese Street, Branford, Connecticut 

MAUREEN P. FINNESON 

21 Winthrop Drive, Riverside, Connecticut 

DIANNE M. FITCH 

463 Victor Way, Wyckoff, New Jersey 

PATRICIA M. FITZGERALD 

30 West Normandy Drive, West Hartford 7, Connecticut 



PATRICIA A. FLACK 

1 5 Harrison Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

KATHLEEN M. FLANAGAN 

40 General Patton Drive, Hyannis, Massachusetts 

ANNE EVA FOGLIA, R.N. 

Old Plainfield Pike, Foster, Rhode Island 

ANNE V. FOLEY 

367 North Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, New York 

JUDITH A. FOUHY 

40 Locust Avenue, Lexington, Massachusetts 

NANCY E. FULLER 

10 Calumet Lane, Marblehead, Massachusetts 

MICHELE GALLANT 

321 High Street, Newburyport, Massachusetts 

JO-ANNE GALVIN 

100 Metcalf Road, North Attleboro, Massachusetts 

GLORIA F. GARGANO 

43 Church Street, Kings Park, New York 

JULIA C. GENDVILIS 

57 9th Street, East Providence, Rhode Island 

C. VALERIE GESNER, R.N. 

304 Rich Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

BARBARA A. GIANOLA 

10 Valley Drive, Bristol, Rhode Island 

DONNA M. GIAQUINTO 

131 Crescent Street, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts 

KATHLEEN M. GLEESON 

2451 East Main Road, Portsmouth, Rhode Island 

JOAN A. GOLEMBESKE 

Fogland Road, Tiverton, Rhode Island 

MARY K. GRAHAM 

242 Peck Avenue, West Haven, Connecticut 

JUDITH A. GRAY 

24 Ayrault Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

MARY L. GUALTIERI 

5 5 Forest Ridge Road, Waterbury, Connecticut 

DIANE M. HALLIDAY 

8 Vaughan Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

CAROL J. HANSON 

71 Roseneath Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

DIANE M. HARDY 

18 Colgate Road, Needham, Massachusetts 

PATRICIA M. HARMANDE 

22 5 Manchester Road, River Edge, New Jersey 

MARY W. HART 

12 Howard Avenue, Pawtucket, Rhode Island 

SARA A. HARTON 

28 Beacon Hill Terrace, Huntington, Connecticut 

SUSAN I. HATHAWAY 

89 Mt. Pleasant Street, Norwich, Connecticut 

KATHLEEN A. HEALY 

11 Stockton Drive, Middletown, Rhode Island 

ROBERTA H. HEALY, R.N. 

13 5 8 Main Road, Tiverton, Rhode Island 

THERESA M. HODGENS 

230 Park Place, Brooklyn 3 8, New York 

ELIZABETH M. HOLT 

123 Ardmore Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 

DUANE L. HORAN 

26 Larchwood Drive, East Providence, Rhode Island 

CAREN L. JENNINGS 

2 8 Hilltop Drive, Manhasset, New York 

MARCIA A. JOHNSON 

2765 East Main Road, Portsmouth, Rhode Island 

BERNADETTE F. KACHANIS 

215 Jewett Street, Providence 8, Rhode Island 

ROSEMARY T. KEARNS 

19 Washington Street, Beverly, Massachusetts 

JANICE H. KEATING 

215 Highland Avenue, South Portland, Maine 

ROSEMARIE K. KERPCHAR 

3 Vaillancourt Lane, Huntington, Connecticut 

VIRGINIA A. KOEHLER 

42 East Hudson Avenue, Englewood, New Jersey 



SYLVIA A. KOTTMANN 

15 Everett Street, Taunton, Massachusetts 02780 

MARYLEE A. KOZY 

22 5 Andrew Street, Stratford, Connecticut 

LYDIA LAGARTO 

Church Cove Road, Bristol, Rhode Island 

JACQUELINE N. LAJOIE 

3001 Acusnnet Avenue, New Bedford, Massachusetts 

JOANN E. LANIGAN 

12 Sound View Street, Port Chester, New York 

MARY E. LA ROCHE 

282 Cedar Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts 

PATRICIA A. LATHAM 

916 County Street, Somerset, Massachusetts 

MARY F. LAU 

42 Hillcrest Avenue, Larchmont, New York 

MARIA E. LEANBRO, R.N. 

53 5 Main Street, Somerset, Massachusetts 

PAULA J. LOPES 

997 Wapping Road, Middletown, Rhode Island 

MARGARET M. MACHADO 

36 Cottage Street, Bristol, Rhode Island 

DEBORAH L. MADDEN 

2 General Street, Providence, Rhode Island 

LYNDA A. MAFFEO 

7 Arbor Terrace, Ansonia, Connecticut 06401 

CATHERINE E. MASTALSKI 

27 Sherwood Road, Newport, Rhode Island 

MARIAN A. MATHISON 

144 Coggeshall Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

DIANE C. MAZZARI 

71 Bowman Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut 

BETSY-LEA MC CABE 

9 5 Beverly Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

PATRICIA M. MC CARTEN 

32 Colony Court, Keene, New Hampshire 

EILEEN C. MC CARTHY 

57 Oxbow Road, Weston, Massachusetts 

PATRICIA M. MC CARTHY 

31 Slocum Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

MAUREEN MC CONNON 

16 Mt. Vernon Boulevard, Pawtucket, Rhode Island 

PAULA W. MC GOWAN 

30 Cider Lane, Greenville, Rhode Island 

KATHLEEN A. MC GUINN 

30 Glenwood Avenue, Rumford, Rhode Island 02916 

MARGARET M. MC KEE 

Highland View Road, Cumberland, Rhode Island 

JEANNE A. MC MAHON 

27 Carlton Avenue, Warwick, Rhode Island 

JUDITH A. MC NAMARA 

26 Judy Lane, Somerset Massachusetts 
MARY M. T Mr w-~ ' . 

23 Bay Shore Road, Hyannis, Massachusetts 

PATRICIA A. MEDEIROS 

400 High Street, Bristol, Rhode Island 

FRANCES Y. MILOTTE 

81 Durfee Road, Tiverton, Rhode Island 

MARY E. MINAHAN 

799 Judson Place, Stratford, Conn. 

EILEEN G. MIRANDO 

12 3 Cedar Street, New Haven, Connecticut 

JOSEPHINE MOQUIN, R.N. 

103 Bellevue Avenue, Tiverton, Rhode Island 

MARGARET M. MORAN 

66 Fruit Hill Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 

ALBERTA E. MORRISSETTE 

2 Locust Terrace, Warren, Rhode Island 

JANELLEN MULVEHILL 

1 Kelburne Avenue, North Tarrytown, New York 

LYNN M. MUNSON 

69 Lansdowne Road, Warwick, Rhode Island 

ROBERTA A. NEUERT 

54 Coolidge Avenue, West Caldwell, New Jersey 



HELEN M. NIEDOWIECKI 

345 McClintock Road, New Britain, Connecticut 

MARGARET NIEMIEC 

P.O. Box 85, South Dartmouth, Massachusetts 

DENISE M. NOONAN 

105 Constable Drive, Mamaroneck, New York 

ELIZABETH E. NOWICKI 

710 North Street, Milford, Connecticut 

TERESA R. NUNES 

392 Hersom Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts 

ELIZABETH L. OAKLEY 

115 Eustis Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

PATRICIA R. O'CALLAGHAN 

800 Shore Road, Pocasset, Massachusetts 

SARA E. O'NEIL 

140 Richmond Avenue, West Haven, Connecticut 

ELIZABETH A. OTWAY 

10 Boyd Street, Bay Shore, New York 

EILEEN M. PANGBORN 

10 Potter Drive, Providence, Rhode Island 02907 

MARY M. PARKER 

16 Forest Street, New Britain, Connecticut 

MARY E. PENDERGAST 

21 Carey Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

SANDRA L. PERRY 

30 Elam Street, North Kingston, Rhode Island 

GLORIA J. PICARD 

Hopkinton-Ashaway Road, Hopkinton, Rhode Island 

NANCY A. PIZIO 

6 59 Cherry Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

DONNA E. PREBLE 

2 Marin Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

SUSAN D. PRUDHOMME 

63 Query Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts 

JUDITH E. PRYDUN 

2 Clifton Avenue, Ansonia, Connecticut 

CAROL A. QUINN 

275 Fern Hill Road, Bristol, Connecticut 

ANNE B. QUINTON 

91 Fourth Street, East Greenwich, Rhode Island 

BARBARA P. RAMONDETTA 

121 Church Street, Mansfield, Massachusetts 

DENISE D. RAU 

175 Francis Street, New Britain, Connecticut 

KATHLEEN M. REARDON 

7 Noble Avenue, West Barrington, Rhode Island 

MARY-ELINOR REARDON 

109 Newton Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island 

MARY L. REINHAGEN 

637 Buffinton Street, Somerset, Massachusetts 

ANN RILEY 

1611 Rosemont Court, McLean, Virginia 22101 

BEVERLY M. ROBERTI 

37 Homeland Street, Johnston, Rhode Island 

DONNA L. ROBERTO 

76 Converse Street, Wakefield, Massachusetts 

DONNA L. ROBINSON 

219 Westhill Avenue, Somerset, Massachusetts 

MARY D. ROONEY 

5 6 Ellison Park, Waltham, Massachusetts 

BEVERLY A. ROSA 

130 Fenner Avenue, Middletown, Rhode Island 

MARY L. ROSS 

130 Aldershot Lane, Manhasset, New York 

CAROLINA A. RUOCCO 

Old Bedford Road, Lincoln, Massachusetts 

SUSAN A. RYAN 

127 Farnum Avenue, North Providence, Rhode Island 

BELINDA F. ST. ANGELO 

7 Sheerwood Lane, Greenville, Rhode Island 

JEAN MARIE ST. GERMAIN 

Main Street, Baltic, Connecticut 

CAROL A. SARGANIS 

130 Holland Avenue, Riverside, Rhode Island 



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CHRISTINE M. SCANLON 

30 Mariposa Street, Mattapan, Massachusetts 

CAROLYN SCHAFFER 

77 Catherine Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

ELIZABETH SCHENCK 

392 Broadway, Newport, Rhode Island 

SUSAN K. SCHIFFER 

Scotland Avenue, Madison, Connecticut 

LINDA SCHUSTER 

9 Devon Road, Darien, Connecticut 

LUCIE G. SEARLE 

R.F.D., Coventry, Rhode Island 

SYLVIA F. SHEA 

99 Warner Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

JANIS M. SHERIDAN 

86 Larch Street, Providence, Rhode Island 

MARY A. SHRAKE 

39 Willow Avenue, Middletown, Rhode Island 

RITA M. SKELLY 

264 Barnaby Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

SUSAN R. SMITH 

Cliff Walk, Jamestown, Rhode Island 

MARY K. SPENGLER 

140 East Hartsdale Avenue, Hartsdale, New York 

MONA L. SPILLANE 

2 5 Lyon Avenue, Brockton, Massachusetts 

MARGARET C. STEELE 

9733 West Benhill Drive, Kensington, Maryland 

RUTH M. STRUCK 

52 Nelson Street, Providence, Rhode Island 

MARJORIE D. SULLIVAN 

2 87 Oak wood Road, Englewood, New Jersey 

PATRICIA AGNES SULLIVAN 

74 Judith Street, Springfield, Massachusetts 

PATRICIA ANN SULLIVAN 

116 Birchwood Drive, Fairfield, Connecticut 



GAIL K. SUTTER 

41 Grace Street, Cranston, Rhode Island 

MARY C. TEXEIRA 

Box 604, Bristol, Rhode Island 

CLAIRE D. THOMPSON 

13 11th Street, Providence, Rhode Island 

ELEANOR F. THURSTON 

170 Brayton Avenue, Fall River, Massachusetts 

MARILYN A. VIERA 

749 West Main Road, Portsmouth, Rhode Island 

JOYCE A. WALLMAN 

43 Lanson Road, Barrington, Rhode Island 02806 

CECELIA CHOU WANG 

Salve Regina College, Newport, Rhode Island 

KATHLEEN M. WEAVER 

35 5 Broadway, Newport, Rhode Island 

ELIZABETH H. WENZLER 

9 Allerton Road, Milton, Massachusetts 

SANDRA WHELLY 

60 Cottage Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

PAMELA J. WILDING 

95 Harold Avenue, Somerset, Massachusetts 

KATHLEEN E. WINTERS 

97 Gibbs Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

LAURA M. WIST 

40 Eastern Drive, Wethersfield, Connecticut 

MARY E. WOODS 

1 1 Keeher Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

JANNA T. ZEMANS 

Whittemore Road, Rt. 2, Middlebury, Connecticut 

SHEILA D. ZIEGER 

97 Smalley Street, New Britain, Connecticut 

CAROL A. ZVINGILAS 

R.F.D. #1, Box 167, Jewett City, Connecticut 



CLASS OF 1^9 6 9 



NANCY J. AGRO 

30 Housatonic Avenue, Milford, Connecticut 

SUSAN E. ANDERSON 

77 Willard Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts 

LUCILLE L. ANDREOZZI 

77 Rankin Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 

MARY LOUISE ANDRIACCHI 

301 Central Street, Avon, Massachusetts 

ELEANOR P. ANGELL 

8 Timberline Drive, Huntington, New York 

CAROLINE K. AUD 

2 5 Clinton Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

JANET A. AUTOTTE 

157 Linwood Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 02907 

VIRGINIA C. BAILEY 

90 Tallman Avenue, Portsmouth, Rhode Island 02 871 

KATHERINE A. BARLOW 

13 Markham Road, Edison, New Jersey 08817 

DARIA R. BARTOSEWITZ 

3 Libby Lane, Warren, Rhode Island 

PATRICIA D. BASELICE 

1188 Old White Plains Road, Mamaroneck, New York 

KATHLEEN M. BEARDEN 

5 99 Main Street, Somerset, Massachusetts 02726 

CHRISTINE A. BEAULAC 

17 Cutler Street, Webster, Massachusetts 

LOUISE K. BENSON 

22 Queen Street, Meriden, Connecticut 

PATRICIA J. BESTOSO 

66 Bliss Road, Newport, Rhode Island 



SUZETTE A. BLANCHETTE 

72 Pope Street, Newport, Rhode Island 02 840 

MARY E. BOHLEN 

105 Bellewood Avenue, Dobbs Ferry, New York 

SUZANNE R. BOUCHARD 

10 Bellevue Street, Cumberland, Rhode Island 02864 

CYNTHIA G. BOUTHILETTE 

64 Plummer Avenue, Lowell, Massachusetts 

NOREEN A. BRAWLEY 

122 Monmouth Road, Elizabeth, New Jersey 07208 

PATRICIA J. BROWN 

29 Witherbee Avenue, Pelham Manor, New York 

DOLORES J. BRYANT 

Hope Valley Road, Box 82, Hope Valley, Rhode Island 

ELIZABETH M. BRYSON 

67 Waban Park, Newton, Massachusetts 02158 

JEAN M. BRYSON 

1 1 Dudley Town Road, Windsor, Connecticut 

SUSAN E. BUCZYNSKI 

13 Laurel Lane, Barrington, Rhode Island 02806 

COLLEEN A. BURNS 

8 5 Cherry Street, North Adams, Massachusetts 

ANNA E. BURY 

1181 New Haven Avenue, Milford, Connecticut 

JUDITH A. BYRNES 

2 54 Hope Street, Bristol, Rhode Island 02809 

SANDRA M. CABRAL 

3 37 East Hilton Street, North Tiverton, Rhode Island 

PATRICIA A. CADEN 

88-28 181st Street, Hollis, New York 1142 3 



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JUDITH L. CADIGAN 

65 Ferncrest Drive, Riverside, Rhode Island 

MARY H. CANARIO 

978 Main Street, Warren, Rhode Island 0288 5 

LORA A. CARBERRY 

1 5 Ingram Street, Hamden, Connecticut 

MAUREEN A. CAROLAN 

797 Hillside Road, Rahway, New Jersey 07065 

MARY ANN COCCHIA 

40 Quintard Avenue, South Norwalk, Connecticut 

ELIZABETH M. COCCIA 

69 Cold Brook Avenue, Cranston, Rhode Island 02910 

KATHLEEN E. CONNERTON 

3 Cliff Terrace, Newport, Rhode Island 

JO ANNE CORREA 

70 Flores Avenue, Somerset, Massachusetts 02726 

JONELL M. COURNOYER 

9 Old Peterboro Road, Jaffrey, New Hampshire 

JANET R. COYLE 

65 8 Smith Street, Providence, Rhode Island 02908 

SUSAN C. COYLE 

477 Savin Avenue, West Haven, Connecticut 06516 

MARY ANN CRONIN 

514 Highland Avenue, Maiden, Massachusetts 

MEGAN F. DALY 

343 South Main Street, Wallingford, Connecticut 

MICHELE A. DAVIS 

155 Woonsocket Hill Road, Woonsocket, Rhode Island 

SANDRA C. DENNIS 

28 Simmons Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

EUGENIA B. DIAS 

77 Roseneath Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 02 840 

ANN MARIE DOLAN 

Williamsburg Court, Newburgh, New York 

CATHERINE ANN DOLAN 

Williamsburg Court, Newburgh, New York 

HELEN DORFLINGER 

2 5 Grove Road, Meriden, Connecticut 0645 

ANNE LOUISE M. DUFOUR 

46 Suffolk Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

ANN-MARIE DUNN 

766 President Avenue, Fall River, Massachusetts 

PATRICIA R. DUPUY 

105 Green Manor Drive, East Hartford, Connecticut 

DONNA O. DZIEDZIC 

95 Spring Street, Cumberland, Rhode Island 

JEAN E. EGAN 

12 3 Ballston Avenue, Pawtucket, Rhode Island 

JUDITH A. EGLISKIS 

5 Janice Lane, Bristol, Connecticut 

MARY JAYNE EVANS 

Coronado Street, Jamestown, Rhode Island 

PATRICIA A. FAGAN 

16 Ellery Road, Newport, Rhode Island 

LINDA J. FARRELL 

26 Hillcrest Road, Glen Ridge, New Jersey 

COLLEEN E. FAY 

Depot Street, Broad Brook, Connecticut 06016 

MARILYN G. FERREIRA 

238 Canonicus Street, Tiverton, Rhode Island 

TERRY LYNN FERRIELL 

3 1 Brigham Road, South Hadley, Massachusetts 

JERALDINE C. FINN 

340 Reedsdale Road, Milton, Massachusetts 02186 

ELIZABETH N. FIORE 

5 Narragansett Avenue, Westerly, Rhode Island 

SUZANNE M. FITZSIMMONS 

17 Bull Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

GERARDINE N. FLANNERY 

9 Nassau Blvd., Garden City, Long Island, New York 11530 

MARY JANE FLUDDER 

324 Forest Avenue, Middletown, Rhode Island 

ANN LOUISE FLYNN 

8 5 City Terrace, Newburgh, New York 



MARY P. FORD 

215 Forest Street, Winchester, Massachusetts 01890 

CAROL C. FORNEIRO 

18 Merritt Avenue, Tiverton, Rhode Island 02 878 

JUDITH ANN FURTADO 

31 Willow Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

MARGARET M. GAESTEL 

424 Wyldhaven, Rosemont, Pennsylvania 

PATRICIA ANNE GALLAGHER 

15 Florence Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

RITA F. GALLANT 

6 5 Greenfield Street, Brockton, Massachusetts 

PATRICIA A. GAVIC 

103 North Chanplin Place, Newport, Rhode Island 

JANET M. GENDREAU 

119 Swindells Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 0272 3 

SYLVIA B. GENDRON 

150 Cumberland Road, Warwick, Rhode Island 

JANE M. GI.ANCY 

119 Standish Road, Milton, Massachusetts 

THERESA GOBIDAS 

19 Hunter Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

JEAN M. GORDON 

93 Howard Street, Haverhill, Massachusetts 018 30 

CATHERINE H. GORMAN 

240 Pleasant Street, Winthrop 52, Massachusetts 

BARBARA M. GOULD 

36 Admiral Kalbfus Road, Newport, Rhode Island 

SHARON M. GRIFFITHS 

18 Grove Street, Plainville, Connecticut 

SHEILA A. GRIGATIS 

29 Magnolia Street, Warwick, Rhode Island 

DIANE M. GUILLET 

84 South Montgomery Avenue, Bayshore, New York 

MARGARET R. HAGGERTY 

228 Taunton Avenue, East Providence, Rhode Island 02914 

LINDA LOU HANKS 

14-F Jefferson, Newport, Rhode Island 

CAROL A. HARMANDE 

22 5 Manchester Road, River Edge, New Jersey 

BARBARA ANN HEALEY 

2 5 Modena Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 02908 

ROSE MARY HEALY 

5 5 Roslyn Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 02908 

HELEN P. HEFKO 

639 Charles Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 02724 

JEANNE T. HENEAULT 

476 Dulude Avenue, Woonsocket, Rhode Island 

JEANNINE T. HENEAULT 

476 Dulude Avenue, Woonsocket, Rhode Island 

MARY R. HETHERINGTON 

41-16 Matule Drive, Fair Lawn, New Jersey 07411 

BARBRALYN HIGGINS 

1415 Plandome Road, Manhasset, New York 

NANCY E. HOFMANN 

4 Lakecrest Drive, Warwick, Rhode Island 

MARIE L. HOPKINS 

29 Kinross Place, Yonkers, New York 

TERESA A. HOPKINS 

Oak Street, Ashaway, Rhode Island 

EVELYN T. HORSTMAN 

16 Countryside Drive, Cumberland, Rhode Island 02 864 

NANCY C. JACKSON 

541 King Philip Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

JOANNE JANAROS 

63 Houston Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

MARY A. JOHANN 

2 3 Almy Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

CHRISTINE A. JUTKUS 

5 3 Otis Street, Westfield, Massachusetts 

THERESE M. KAVENY 

76 Rye Street, Seekonk, Massachusetts 

LINDA JANE KELLEY 

Box 51, Mansfield Depot, Connecticut 



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LOUISE ELLEN KELLEY 

986 Smith Street, Providence, Rhode Island 02908 

KATHLEEN A. KENDY 

48 Cedar Street, Norwalk, Connecticut 068 54 

SUSAN H. KENNEDY 

86 Kaler Road, South Portland, Maine 

KATHLEEN M. KILCULLEN 

1 8 Knox Road, East Chester, New York 

MARY H. KOLKMEYER 

10 Roosevelt Street, Norwalk, Connecticut 068 51 

MAUREEN F. KRAUZYK 

683 Stafford Road, Fall River, Mass. 

DIANA L. LA CAZETTE 

1 1 Carroll Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

CHERYL ANN LA VOY 

1 Broadview Terrace, Norwalk, Connecticut 

KATHLEEN M. LAWLOR 

51 Vinnicue Road, Swansea, Massachusetts 

PATRICIA C. LEONARD 

Harrison Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

ANNE M. LINDH 

42 Bateman Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

DOROTHY A. LUBAS 

394 BufFington Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

JANE I. LYNCH 

92 Tenth Street, Providence, Rhode Island 

BARBARA A. MAGEE 

17 Kempsen Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

KATHARINE M. MAHONEY 

9 Howard Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

JEAN LOUISE MAIGRET 

140 Patterson Street, Attleboro, Massachusetts 

MARILYN L. MARCHESE 

198 John Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

MICHELE A. MARINO 

20 Elder Avenue, North Adams, Massachusetts 

PAULA E. MARINO 

93 5 Mineral Spring Avenue, North Providence, Rhode Island 

MARCIA L. MARRA 

93 Bridge Avenue, Cohoes, New York 

ANNE LOIS MARTEL 

21 Durfee Road, Tiverton, Rhode Island 02878 

PAULA J. MARUSKA 

2 Country Drive, West Warwick, Rhode Island 

PAULETTE S. MATTERA 

75 Pender Avenue, Warwick, Rhode Island 

ANN THERESE MC CARTHY 

16 Courtney Road, West Roxbury, Massachusetts 

ELLEN FRANCES MC CARTY 

407 High Street, Somerset, Massachusetts 

KATHY MARIE MC MAHON 

27 Carlton Avenue, Warwick, Rhode Island 

BARBARA E. MC SHANE 

2 5 Kensington Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey 07304 

BARBARA A. MEDVETE 

148 School Lane, Springfield, Pennsylvania 19064 

MARIA F. MENDES 

Lawrence Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 02840 

CAROLYN M. MOORE 

690 Palmer Avenue, May wood, New Jersey 

JANE R. MORHARDT 

12 Chestnut Street, Bethel, Connecticut 

EVELYN FRANCES MURPHY 

22 South Main Street, Coventry, Rhode Island 02816 

JOANNE T. MURRAY 

22 Woodchester Drive, Milton, Massachusetts 02186 

CLAIRE ANN NATELLA 

166 Devoe Avenue, Yonkers, New York 

MARGOT J. NIEF 

8 Oak Street, Westport, Connecticut 

KATHLEEN M. NORTON 

173 School Street, Webster, Massachusetts 

MAUREEN A. O'CONNOR 

3 06 Ohio Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 02905 



KATHLEEN R. O DELL 

138 Evarts Street, Newport, Rhode Island 

KRISTINE M. O'DONNELL 

1243 Park Avenue, Woonsocket, Rhode Island 02895 

RITA A. O'DONNELL 

24 Mechanic Street, Attleboro, Massachusetts 02703 

CAROL M. OGNI 

212 Williston Way, Pawtucket, Rhode Island 

CAROL A. OLIVEIRA 

189 Rockdale Avenue, South Dartmouth, Massachusetts 

ELIZABETH A. o'NEIL 

28 Hillside Avenue, Tiverton, Rhode Island 

VIRGINIA A. O'NEILL 

180 Laurel Drive, Needham, Massachusetts 02192 

ELOISE M. O'SHEA 

14 Whitson Street, Forest Hills 75, New York 

KATHLEEN PATRONE 

1 5 Mohawk Road, Canton, Massachusetts 

RENA E. PATRY 

649 County Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

KATHLEEN G. PFEIFFER 

40 Walnut Street, Natick, Massachusetts 

MARIE E. PHELAN 

16 Old Fort Road, Newport, Rhode Island 

NANCY PHILLIPS 

20 Terry Lane, Tiverton, Rhode Island 

CHERYL L. PIATELLI 

42 Vose Hill Road, Milton, Massachusetts 

KAREN M. PINTARELLI 

4 Simmons Street, Providence, Rhode Island 

LUCIA M. PINTAURO 

3 Elm Place, Pelham Manor, New York 

LINDA M. PIZZI 

396 Laurel Hill Avenue, Cranston, Rhode Island 02909 

SUSAN R. POLANSKI 

R.F.D. 1, Dayville, Connecticut 06241 

CHRISTINE M. PONICHTERA 

272 Nash Road, New Bedford, Massachusetts 

CAROL A. PROULX 

74 Gifford Road, North Westport, Massachusetts 

IRENE M. QUINN 

19 Sunfield Circle, Waterbury, Connecticut 

LINDA J. RAGONE 

437 Main Street, Lynnfield, Massachusetts 

LAUREEN M. RAPOZA 

405 Hooper Street, North Tiverton, Rhode Island 02878 

BARBARA A. REED 

93 Yale Avenue, Warwick, Rhode Island 

BARBARA J. REYNOLDS 

64 Grace Street, New Haven, Connecticut 06511 

KATHLEEN G. REZENDES 

241 Field Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

FRANCES E. RILEY 

40 Locust Street, Marblehead, Massachusetts 

KATHLEEN M. RILEY 

1310 Veirs Mill Road, Rockville, Maryland 

PATRICIA A. ROBERTS 

72 Marion Street, Natick, Massachusetts 

EILEEN R. ROCHE 

110 Van Zandt Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

CATHERINE M. SCHANIL 

5 Morton Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

MARIA E. SCIARROTTA 

5 Kay Boulevard, Newport, Rhode Island 

PATRICIA F. SEBELIA 

109 West Ashland Street, Brockton, Massachusetts 

MARY K. SEGAR 

Beechwood Drive, Storrs, Connecticut 

JEANNE R. SHEARER 

6 Fones Street, Coventry, Rhode Island 02 816 

MAUREEN M. SHEEHAN 

3 87 High Street, Middletown, Connecticut 

BARBARA ANN SILVIA 

12 5 Braman's Lane, Portsmouth, Rhode Island 02 871 



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GERALDINE A. SILVIA 

319 Lepes Road, Somerset, Massachusetts 

MARY ANN SILVIA 

24 Eustis Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 02 840 

DIANE M. SIMPSON 

Sugar Rock Estates, R.R. 1, Box 99C, Port Clinton, Ohio 

KATHLEEN ANN SMITH 

51 Valley Road, Middletown, Rhode Island 02843 

LEANN G. SMITH 

29 Birch Street, Portsmouth, Rhode Island 

IRENE T. SOARES 

1164 Plymouth Avenue, Fall River, Massachusetts 

MARY L. SOMMERVILLE 

151 Ruggles Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

PATRICIA ANN SOUZA 

711 Lafayette Street, Somerset, Massachusetts 

MARGARET ELLEN STEEL 

21 Clinton Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 

MARGARET H. STOKES 

45 5 Red Chimney Drive, Warwick, Rhode Island 

JEAN ELIZABETH SULLIVAN 

108 High Service Avenue, North Providence, Rhode Island 

MARILYN E. SULLIVAN 

41 Margie Avenue, Cresskill, New Jersey 

PAMELA M. SULLIVAN 

39 Mountain Avenue, East Providence, Rhode Island 02915 

MARYLYN A. SWEENEY 

277 Adams Street, Milton, Massachusetts 02186 

MARTHA E. TAFT 

152 Wheeler Avenue, Edgewood 5, Rhode Island 



JANE M- THIBAULT 

148 Barnes Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

DIANE M. TONNES 

9 Stockton Drive, Middletown, Rhode Island 

BARBARA* A. TRACY 

212 Vernon Avenue, Middletown, Rhode Island 

KATHLEEN M. TRAVASSOS 

462 Monraup Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 

KAREN A. TREACY 

3 830 30th Road North, Arlington, Virginia 22207 

KATHERINE M. TRIBBLE 

128 Rockland Avenue, Maiden, Massachusetts 02148 

JOYCE F. TULLIE 

46 Hoxsie Avenue, Warwick, Rhode Island 

ELIZABETH ANN VARGAS 

133 Rice Avenue, Somerset, Massachusetts 

ROBERTA A. VEECH 

167 Audubon Road, Warwick, Rhode Island 

GLORIA JEAN VICKI 

44 Hanner Street, East Hartford 8, Connecticut 

PATRICIA A. WATSON 

3 5 Hillside Terrace, Cumberland, Rhode Island 

SANDRA J. WEBSTER 

14 Litchfield Street, Worcester, Massachusetts 01603 

FRANCES WEGLOWSKI 

73 8 Broadway, Fall River, Massachusetts 

ELIZABETH L. WEIS 

171 Long Hill Street, East Hartford, Connecticut 

SUSAN A. WHITEHEAD 

141 Lenox Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island 



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PATRONS 



His Excellency Most Reverend Russell J. McVinney, D.D., L.L.S. 
His Excellency Most Reverend James L. Connally, D.D. 
His Excellency Most Reverend Bernard Kelly, D.D. 



Reverend John Reilly 



Reverend Harry Machosky 



Reverend Gerald F. Dillon, L.L.D. 



Reverend John Shea, A.B. 



Cornelius Moore, Esquire 
Mother Mary Regina, R.S.M. 
Mother Mary Helena, R.S.M. 
Sister Mary Emily, R.S.M. 



Dr. and Mrs. William J. Adams 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Pratt Allard 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Anderson 



Chase & Chase 

Christie's Restaurant 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Collins 



Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Avery 
Dr. and Mrs. Gardner G. Bassett 
A. A. Beekman, Jr., D.D.S. 



Mr. and Mrs. John J. Connolly 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Correia 

Mr. and Mrs. Randyl P. Cournoyer 



Mr. Edwin M. Benson 
Mrs. Leo C. Bizzinski 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. 



Bohl 



en 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Cronin 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Crowley 
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Dillon 



Mr. and Mrs. Donald Breaugh 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Vincent Burns 
James H. Caden 



Dan Doherty 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome J. Doherty 
Matt Doherty 



Mr. and Mrs. Vincent L. Cadigan 
Mr. and Mrs. Oliva Cadorette 
Mr. and Mrs. B. Arthur Carolan 



Rome Doherty 

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Donahue 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Donnelly 



154 



PATRONS 



Very Reverend Thomas C. Donnelly, O.P. 
Ann Eccles 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Eccles 



Mr. and Mrs. William J. Herron 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hetherington 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. Hicks 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Edward 
Miss Jean Ellis 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Ellis 



Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig B. Hofmann 
Judge Ernest C. Horrocks, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hurley 



Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Evans 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Fanning 
Dr. and Mrs. Edward S. Farrell 



Mr. Albert Interrante, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Interrante, Sr. 
Johnny's House of Seafood 



Mrs. John Bannon Farrell 
Francis M. Fay 
Albert T. Finn 



Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Kearns 
Mr. and Mrs. P. Joseph Kenney 
Knights of Columbus, Newport 



Herbert A. Finneson 

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Foley 
Mrs. Timothy P. Foley 



Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kopchik 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Krauzyk 
Cdr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Laliberte 



Mr. and Mrs. William J. Foley 
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Fontanella 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony C. Franco 



Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Lamothe 
Mrs. Edward J. Lanigan 
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Larsen 



A Friend 

The Gallagher Family 
Mr. John T. Gallant 



Joanne Larson 

Capt. and Mrs. Harold G. Leahy 
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Leonard 



S. V. Gianola 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Gleeson 
Dr. and Mrs. Michael V. Gualtieri 



Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lindh 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lynch 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Marino 



Dr. and Mrs. Edmund T. Hackman 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Healey 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hefko 



Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Mazzari 
Dr. and Mrs. Allan J. McCarthy 
Margaret M. McKee 



155 



PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. Antonc Mcdeiros 
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel S. Mello 
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Moran 



Mrs. Leon Ste. Marie 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Stokes 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Tullie 



Dr. and Mrs. Harry Morra 

Macioci £5 Morrison ( Attorneys-at-Law) 
Mr. and Mrs. Earle D. Mullare 



Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Watson 
Mr. Charles B. Weis 

Dr. and Mrs. Francis J. Wenzler 



Ann Murphy 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Natella 
Mrs. James F. Nolan 



Thomas P. White, M.D. 
Eleanor T. Woods 
Mrs. John C. Woods 



Dr. and Mrs. William S. Nerone 
Mrs. Helen T. Newbury 

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory F. Noonan 



Mr. and Mrs. J. E. O'Connell 
O'Neill Funeral Home 

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley I. Parker 



Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Paquet 
Robert Phelan 

Frank and Helen Pikor 



Dr. and Mrs. Frank Pintauro 
Mr. and Mrs. Aime Raquier 

Mr. and Mrs. Eloy D. Reardon 



Mrs. Margaretta Reilly 
Dr. Joseph A. Reynolds 

Colonel and Mrs. Thomas W. Riley 



Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Zvingilas 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Zvingilas 



Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Archibald 
Casimir S. Babiarz 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Burke 



Mr. and Mrs. Edmund S. Crowley 
Paul Hurley 

Mr. and Mrs. Aran P. Jarret 



Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jutkus 
Lt. Richard R. Kane 

Dr. and Mrs. Albert J. Kolarsick 



Mr. Raymond T. Lomax 
James M. Moher 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Moher 



Mr. and Mrs. John J. Nowicki 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. O'Neil 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Smith 



Mr. and Mrs. William J. Riordan 
Mr. and Mrs. S. Sarganis 
Bernard F. Scahill 



Arleen M. Sullivan 

Mrs. Emma L. Sullivan 

Mr. and Mrs. Antone L. Vargas 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schwartz 
Ellsworth H. Simpson 

Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Sorenson 



Dr. and Mrs. Michael F. Walsh 
Michael F. Walsh. Jr. 



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THE 
NEWPORT NATIONAL 

BANK 

Newport County's Only Locally 
Owned and Operated Commercial Bank 



Newport Office: 



8 Washington Square 



Middletotvn Office: 



Aquidneck Shopping Center 



Portsmouth Office: 



3040 E. Main Road 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



157 



Best Wishes from 



EGAN'S LAUNDRY AND 
CLEANERS, INC. 



Laundry - Cleaning - Fur Storage 



847-0500 



Tel.: GAspee 1-0307 



MONOPEARL, INC. 

Manufacturer of Simulated Pearls and Costume Jewelry 



15 Bough Street 



PROVIDENCE, R. I. 02909 



Humbert Armao 



Anthony Armao 



158 



NUESTROS MEJORES 



DESEOS POR EL 



EXITO DE 



SALVE REGINA COLLEGE 



Ernesto Chandeck y Sra. 



Panama, Republica de Panama 



Compliments of 



COTRELL & LEONARD, INC. 



472 Broadway 



ALBANY, N. Y. 



Congratulations, Class of y 66 



Compliments of 
VARGAS MANUFACTURING CO. 



159 



CONGRATULATIONS 



TO THE 



CLASS OF 1966 



MR. AND MRS. 



FREDERIC G. ROTTMUND 



160 



Greetings from 



CLAIBORNE PELL 



Compliments of 



MR. AND MRS. JOHN H. KIPP 



NEWPORT OIL CORPORATION 



Gasoline — Fuel Oils 
24-Hour Oil Burner Service 



IRON FIREMAN HEATING SYSTEMS 



128 Long Wharf 



NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND 



Telephone: 846-2600 



161 



MR. AND MRS. A. E. 
COUTO 



Cascais, Portugal 



Congratulations 



MICHAEL J. HATTUB 



Bus Service Direct to 
Providence - Boston - Fall River 

Connections to All Points 
Deluxe Charter Service — Phone: 846-1820 

THE SHORT LINE, INC. 

Newport, R. I. 



VIKING HOTEL AND MOTOR INN 

Swimming Pool - Family Plan 

175 NEW ROOMS 

Free Radio - Free Parking - Television 

TORCH TAVERN - NORSE GRILL - SKOAL ROOM 
COLONIAL ROOM 

NEWPORT'S FINEST & MOST MODERN FACILITY 

LEONARD J. SCALIZI, Innkeeper 



AAA Approved 



On Route 138 



Bellevue Avenue 



Newport, Rhode Island 
401-847-3300 



162 



Established 1943 



EILEEN MCCLURE 



GAYLORD STUDIO 



64 Arcade Building 

Third Floor 
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 



GAspee 1-1917 



Portrait Photographer 



Wedding Photographer 



For Taxi Service in or 


TONY ABBOTT 


Out of Town 


Orchestra 


• 


* 




861 Reservoir Avenue 


COZY CAB 


CRANSTON 10, R. I. 


846-2500 


Office: 781-3240 



THE ARTHUR H. TILLEY CO. 

Plumbing - Heating 

County Wide Service - Remodeling and Repair Specialists 
Licensed - Bonded - Insured - Work Guaranteed 

Res.: A. J. Shea, Prop. — 847-1475 

34 Frank Street 

NEWPORT, R. I. 

846-0863 



163 



sriBinnu r*kMtQfl K 



Congratulations to the 
''Class of 1966" 

THE TRAVELER'S 
AGENCY, INC. 

John J. Havens, Pres. 

Meriden, Connecticut 



FLYNN TOWEL 
SUPPLY, Inc. 

2224 Pawtucket Avenue 

EAST PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

Telephone: 434-9000 



NEWPORT COUNTY AUTOMOBILE 
DEALERS ASSOCIATION 

Barry Pontiac, Inc., Pontiac - Cummings Motors, Mercury-Lincoln 

George Harrison, Ford - Nunes Motors, Plymouth-Chrysler 

Don Geyer Buick, Buick - Ray's Auto Sales, Hillman-Sunbeam 

George L. Silvia's Auto Sales, Checker-Scout 

Viti Rambler, Inc., Rambler - Carney & Fitzgerald, GMC Trucks 



WILCOX-RAU 



CHEVROLET, INC. 



NEW BRITAIN, CONN. 



164 



SULLY'S 



PUBLIK HOUSE 



NEWPORT, 



RHODE ISLAND 



165 



CONLEY'S 

BAY STATE OVERALL 

CLEANERS, INC. 

Cleaners and Renters of Industrial Workclotbes 

• 

184 Commercial Street 
MALDEN, MASSACHUSETTS 02148 

322-0400 


FENTON IMPORTED 
MOTORS 

88 Connell Highway 
NEWPORT, R. I. 
Telephone: 401-846-1632 


HURLEY'S 


EDDIE'S 

Window and House Cleaning Service 
No Job Too Large 
No fob Too Small 

• 

13 8 Webster Street 

NEWPORT, R. I. 

Telephone: 847-0564 


SAMUEL Q. AND 
BEATRICE B. BAZARSKY 



166 



MR. AND MRS. CHARLES JAMES 



MR. AND MRS. SAL MARTIRANO 



MRS. SANTA VITERITTI (Granny) 



Lt. Colonel Fleming 


Good Luck to the 




Class of 1966 


and 


• 


Family 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Bagley 


Congratulations to the 


Best Wishes to the 


Class of 1966 

* 


Class of 1966 


Mr. & Mrs. Vance D. 


* 


Huling, Sr. and 
Nancy 


Mr. & Mrs. James E. Golden 



MR. AND MRS. JOHN V. CONATY 



Waterbury, Connecticut 



167 



NEWPORT CREAMERY 

Ice Cream and Sandwiches 



208 W. Main Road 

MIDDLETOWN 



Bellevue Shopping Center 

NEWPORT 



r At the Sign of the Golden Cow" 



For the Finest in Motion Pictures 




Visit Newport's Modern Comfortable Theatre 




The Newly Remodeled 


Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Lapp, Jr. 


OPERA HOUSE 




Washington Square 






ALLEN U. CATLOW 


H. LESLIE STREETER, JR. 


Senior Vice-President 


I860 Broad Street 


Hospital Trust Building 


CRANSTON, R. I. 


PROVIDENCE, R. I. 
TEmple 1-7150 


781-0230 


Established 1931 


Howard L. Streeter Insurance, Inc. 


E. R. DAVENPORT & CO., INC. 




Members New York Stock Exchange 



Congratulations, Class of 1966 



MR. AND MRS. CHARLES J. AUBIN, JR. 
AND PATRICIA '68 



168 



Compliments of 

McGANN'S RESTAURANT 

102 Connell Highway 

NEWPORT, R. I. 
Tel.: 847-4248 


Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1966 

• 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. 

Colton 


Congratulations to the 
Class of 1966 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter M. Costello 

Diamond Hill 

CUMBERLAND, R. I. 


Congratulations, 
Class of 1966 

* 
Mr. & Mrs. George Fairhurst 


Mr. & Mrs. Frank D. Chenail 


Congratulations to the Class of '66 

* 

MR. AND MRS. ROLAND HENEAULT 



169 



Compliments 

of 

NEWPORT DAILY NEWS 


Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1966 

• 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert Greer 


Scully-McDonnell Co., Inc. 

R. E. Struck and Sons 

General Painting Contractors 

• 

7 54 Branch Avenue 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 02904 


BROADWAY FLORIST 

Opposite Bliss Rd. 

3 24 Broadway 

Tel.: VI 7-2181 Anytime NEWPORT, R. I. 

Free Parking in Rear 


Compliments 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Delinks 

Water bury, Conn. 


Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. 
McGillick 

515 Brayton Avenue 

FALL RIVER, MASS. 



170 




171 




Compliments of 




Phelan, Sullivan & Burke 




Attorneys -at -Law 

* 


Mr. & Mrs. Edward F. Sparks 


3 9 Bellevue Avenue 




NEWPORT, R. I. 




Best Wishes to the 




Class of 1966 


MARSHALL ELECTRIC CO. 


• 


681 Westminster Street 


Mr. & Mrs. Edward M. Guthrie 


PROVIDENCE, R. I. 02903 



Compliments of 
HENRY J. DeCOTlS 



116 Bellevue Avenue 



Telephone: 846-9666 



172 



CONLEY'S 

BAY STATE OVERALL 

CLEANERS, INC. 

184 Commercial Street 
MALDEN, MASS. 02148 



322-0400 



322-0401 



ff 



It Pays to Look Clean" 



Best Wishes to the Class of 1966 



Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Muros and Joan 



Congratulations to the Class of 1966 



Mrs. Frank J. Corey 



173 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1966 



Mr. & Mrs. Steen Kokborg 



Mr. & Mrs. Matthew I. Barron 



Compliments 



of 



MR. & MRS. RICHARD W. LEE, JR. 



KAY AND DON PARDO 



Compliments of 



PARENTS OF LESLIE MURTHA 



Class of 1967 



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Best Wishes to the Class of '66 



MR. & MRS. ALFRED H. POZZI 



Best Wishes to the Class of '66 



from 
FALL RIVER AREA CLUB 



MR. & MRS. VICTOR DEIMANTAS 



Congratulations to the Class of 1966 



MR. & MRS. BERTRAND E. PRATT 



175 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1966 



DR. & MRS. GERARD W. OSTHEIMER 





Best Wishes 


Mr. & Mrs. James G. Geary 


from the 




Class of 1967 


Congratulations 


Good Luck 




to the Class of y 66 


from the 


from 


Class of '68 


the Class of 1969 



Compliments of 



FRIEND 



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